Colombia's World Cup campaign got off to a roaring start thanks to a thorough 3-0 dismantling of Greece in their Group C opener.
Pablo Armero gave Colombia an early lead with a strike in the fifth minute.
Juan Cuadrado did fine work on the right wing, hitting a low cross that fell to Armero, who fired past Orestis Karnezis.
And then the celebration was on.
Teo Gutierrez doubled Colombia's lead in the 55th minute and put the Tricolour in a commanding spot when scoring from point-blank range off of a corner kick.
The ball trickled through a bevy of players before falling at the boot of Teo, who simply had to tap in.
James Rodriguez put the finishing touches on the thorough Colombian performance, neatly finishing a clever buildup.
His celebration was not quite as impressive as the goal.
Colombia next face the Ivory Coast and Greece will look to rebound against Japan.