Diego Godin of Uruguay and Joel Campbell of Costa Rica

Day 3 of the World Cup featured more than one major upset.

First up, Colombia defeated Greece in a 3-0 shutout. The win featured the most goals Colombia has scored in a World Cup game since 1962.

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Costa Rica scored a major upset in their 3-1 win over Uruguay. The latter didn't take the defeat easily. Player Maxi Pereira got a red card for kicking Joel Campbell which resulted in his suspension in the final two group stage games.  

Italy came out on top 2-1 in an insanely hot and humid game versus England. After both teams scored early on, Mario Balotelli headed in the winning goal in the second half.

For the final match of the day, the Ivory Coast came from behind to best Japan 2-1.

Sunday features three matches: Switzerland vs. Ecuador (12/11c, ABC), France vs. Honduras (3/2c, ABC), and Argentina vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina (6/5c, ESPN).

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