Day 13 of the 2014 FIFA World Cup saw Groups C and D settled and featured no shortage of controversy.
In Fortaleza, Greece were awarded a controversial penalty in second-half stoppage time that eventually put them into the next round at the expense of Ivory Coast. And in Natal, Uruguay striker Luis Suarez was involved in another alleged biting incident as his side snuck a 1-0 win past a short-handed Italy, who are headed home after only three matches.
Colombia and Japan also faced one another in Cuiaba while Costa Rica went up against England in Belo Horizonte.
Following are the biggest winners and losers from another intriguing day of World Cup play.