Cameroon win a corner. And the ball bounces int eh Mexican six-yard box for what seems like a half-minute. Somehow Mexico clear. Very lucky.
A very hard tackle from Chopou-Moting on Aguilar. No card but from the dangerous free kick Rafa Marquez is free at the back post. He tries to deliver an almost carbon-copy of his goal against Argentina in the 2006 World Cup, but only succeeds in taking an even better chance away from his teammate Moreno.
Peralta gets through alone on goal but his shot is well saved by Itanje. Mexico seemed determined to make up for the decisions that went against them in the first half. Alex Song that gets away with no card for a two-footed challenge on Dos Santos. No idea why that's not a yellow.
Still not a single card in this game, despite Cameroon's Nounkeu laying into Layun. Moments later, after an innocuous tackle, Alex Song pleads mortal injury. He is able to continue, to the shock of no onlookers.
Nkoulou picks up a yellow card. A bad tackle: dangerous, on the very edge of his box, and starting from a very bad position. Nothing comes from the free kick.
Sub: Song comes off, and Webo, a striker, comes on. Cameroon win a corner right away. They'll play with two strikers it looks like. They might as well. Playing with Six defenders hasn't done much for them so far.
Spain doing a good job maintaining possession.
Costa gets fouled in the box. Penalty kick!
Alonso takes the penalty kick, goal!
A yellow card given to van Persie.
Silva puts it in the net but he was called offside.
van Persie steals the ball from Casillas and scores! 4-1 and this match is as good as over.
And the Dutch are not pulling back.
We're off. Chile kickoff. Thankfully in this game, Chile are in red (as they should be) and Australia are in yellow (as they should be). And yes, you are correct in thinking that Chile's coach Jorge Sampaoli does look something Pitbull's older brother.
Australia are content so far to sit deep, and then hit long balls forward for Tim Cahill to chase. Chile are playing on the ground with a fair bit of pace. Just not sure how Australia can cope with Chile's midfield plus Sanchez for 90 minutes.
Goal, Chile. It's Alexis Sanchez. Gary Medel beats the keeper on the byline, chips it up to the far post, and it's headed back to Sanchez, who pokes it home.
Mark Geiger is the first referee from the U.S. at the World Cup since 2002.
Columbia scores! And the dancing begins!
Pablo Armero gets the goal to right post from about 20 yards out after receiving a crisp cross from the left side.
Columbia's Ibarbo commits foul. Free kick from about 30 yards out.