Keep your eyes glued here as we bring you all the latest live updates, images, scores, highlights and coverage of the 2014 World Cup Round of 16 elimination game between Colombia and Uruguay:

FINAL SCORE: Colombia 2 - 0 Uruguay

The final whistle has sounded and I can tell you one thing, they don't care if you're the home country or not, Brazil, Colombia is coming for you! 

90': Three minues of stoppage time before the party is on in Colombia!

88': Lebron who? This is the real "King James":

 

87': Uruguay is about 5 minutes away from joining Luis Suarez at home on the couch. 

85': Colombia substitutes out James Rodriguez and he receives a standing ovation by the Colombian crowd!

 

We have a live update from Luis Suarez's home back in Uruguay:

 

80': Colombia's Juan Cuadrado, your World Cup leader in assists is being substituted out. Well done Cuadrado, keep feeding James!

79': Great chance for Maxi Pereira (Uruguay) right footed shot from the right side of the six yard box is saved in the bottom right corner.

77': Uruguay's Lugano has been booked. Colombia's Pablo Armero seems to be hurt as he was kicked on the play. 

 

Thank you, that is a great unknown fact:

 

Touche':

 

67': Uruguay uses their third and final substitution. Out comes Alvaro Gonzalez and in comes Abel Hernandez. 

64': Shot on target by Christian Rodriguez. Great save made by Ospina. That has been the only opportunitiy we've seen by Uruguay this half. 

 
 

53' Oscar Tavarez has just substiuted out Diego Forlan. Most likley, that will be the last time you ever see him on the pitch for Uruguay. 112 Caps, what a great career for Forlan. He will be missed. 

If you had James Rodriguez as your Golen Boot Winner in your pool, hats off to you. The 22 year old now has 5 goals and two assists in four games. More than Messi, Neymar and 2010 Golden Boot Winner, Thomas Mueller. James Rodriguez has already matched the total from the 2010 Golden Boot Winner Mueller with five. 

 
 

50' GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLL! Again! James Rodriguez again with the goal. His second of the game and 5th of the World Cup. Here is your Golden Boot leader!

Second half is under way. 

Here's a shot of the goal again from the back by Colombia's James Rodriguez.

Rodriguez goal A shot of Colombia's James Rodriguez's goal from the back. What a brilliant goal by the 22 year old. Reuters

HALFTIME at the Maracana. An amazing goal by Rodriguez has Colombian fans saying Radamel Falcao who?

45' +1: There will be one additional minute of stoppage time. 

 

39': Gonzalez has a nice shot from outside the box, right on target but saved by Colombia's keeper, David Ospina

38': Diego Forlan on Yepes are fighting after Yepes knocked down Forlan in the box and Forlan shoved him. It's getting chippy. 

Thank you! Finally someone has captured the goal and upoloaded. You be the judge, is this the goal of the tournament so far?

 
 

James Rodriguez at 22 years old has just become the youngest ever to score four goals in his first gour matches at the World Cup. 

 

WOW! You have to see this goal on replay. James Rodriguez, off his chest and strikes it off the top of the cross bar and in the net. "Momma, there goes that man again!"

28': GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL! JAMES RODRIGUEZ!!!

Definitely the drug lords:

 

20': Even though there's not a lot of action going on in this one, it appears that a lot of young singles are getting action in Brazil:

 

17': Thus far, Uruguay is targeting James Rodriguez on defense, which is presenting opportunities for Jackson Martinez, but he has not been able to create anything as of yet. Uruguay has looked relatively harmless thus far. 

12': Zuniga gets a shot on goal, assisted by Jackson Martinez, is saved by Muslera of Uruguay.

I agree:

 

8': No real action so far. As both teams are feeling each other out and the formations they're playing. In the meantime, Luis Suarez was spotted in the crowd:

 

Who thinks Gareth Bale should parachute in and play for Uruguay instead?

 

1': There's the opening whistle and we are off and running. Let's see if Colombia is for real and how Uruguay respnds without Suarez.

Starting Lineups are set:

 

Welcome everyone. If you caught the first game today, hopefully you still have energy for this one. Colombia is an up and coming world power with James Rodriguez a star in the making. Will his breakout party continue? Starting lineups are coming up!