2014 World Cup LIVE: Costa Rica vs England
Posted: 24 June 2014 Time: 17:49
Costa Rica played to a 0-0 draw with England at Estadio Mineirao on Tuesday night to finish top of Group D.
FT: Costa Rica 0-0 England. Costa Rica finish top of Group D on seven points.
92' – Urena on the counter-attack threatens the England goal but Shaw shows good pace and gets back well to block him off.
90' – Three minutes of stoppage time...
89' – Gerrard's free-kick aimed towards Rooney at the far post just evades the Manchester United striker.
87' – Not too much desire or drive being shown by either side as this match ticks towards the final whistle...
80' – Rooney with a deft dummy outside the box before attempting a clever chip, but Navas gets back to tip it over the bar.
78' – SUB for Costa Rica as Borges is replaced by Barrantes.
76' – SUB for England as Milner is replaced by Rooney.
73' – SUB for England as Wilshere is replaced by Gerrard.
69' – CHANCE! Sturridge bursts through on goal under pressure from a defender, who makes a risky challenge from behind in the box to thwart the chance.
65' – SUB for Costa Rica as Campbell is replaced by Urena.
65' – CHANCE! Sturridge plays a neat one-two with Wilshere on the right side of the area but then curls it inches wide of the far post!
62' – Substitute Bolanos tries to make an immediate impact but his long-range attempt is straight at Foster.
62' – SUB for England as Lallana is replaced by Sterling.
60' – YELLOW CARD for Gonzalez for a late tackle on Barkley.
59' – SUB for Costa Rica as Brenes is replaced by Bolanos.
59' – Lallana is played in down the left channel and gets behind the defence, but his square ball for Sturridge to tap in his saved by Navas.
57' – YELLOW CARD for Lallana for a poor challenge.
53' – YELLOW CARD for Barkey for persistent fouling.
49' – The ball richochets to Sturridge, free in the area and behind the defence, but Navas comes out quickly to smother the danger!
HT: Costa Rica 0-0 England
45' – England are nearly undone just before the break by a route one punt by Navas upfield to Brenes, who cuts back to shoot, but it's blocked. A direct path to goal may have been more beneficial.
42' – Barkley shows some quick feet on the edge of the area to beat two defenders, moves the ball onto his left foot to shoot, but it's well wide as he loses his balance.
39' – Now it's Foster's turn to collect a Costa Rica cross to take the pressure off his defenders following a counter-attack.
36' – Milner shows good pace and skill down the left to beat his man and put in a cross, but Navas is out smartly to collect and relieves the pressure.
35' – Successive corners for England ends with Jones heading across to Sturridge, who can't keep his header down.
27' – PENALTY APPEAL waved away for England! The ball is headed down to Sturridge in a great position, but a defender gets back to shield the ball to Navas. Sturridge was impeded, but not enough for a penalty. Still, seen them given...
23' – Borges whips in a 30-yard free-kick that is heading for the top-left corner before Foster gets fingertips to the ball as it crashes against the crossbar and out for a corner!
17' – Sturridge with an audacious attempt on the half-volley from 35 yards but it's not on target.
12' – Wilshere drives forward and finds Sturridge on the edge of the D. He takes one touch before curling it just wide of the right-hand upright!
10' – Costa Rica create the first real opening as Brenes makes a clever little run in behind, but the linesman raises his flag for offside.
2' – Arsenal striker Joel Campbell immediately makes his intentions known as his long-range shot deflects and loops just wide of Ben Foster's right-hand upright!
1' – Costa Rica vs England is underway in the sunshine of Belo Horizonte.
Costa Rica have made two changes from the starting eleven that beat Italy 1-0 in their previous match, with Roy Miller and Randall Brenes coming in for Michael Umana and Christian Bolanos.
England have made nine changes to the starting lineup that lost 2-1 to Uruguay, with only Gary Cahill and Daniel Sturridge surviving the chop.
The Three Lions will be using tonight's game as a chance to test the future players for England, as the youthful starting eleven suggests.