Filed under: Stream Soccer FIFA World Cup Colombia vs. Uruguay, 2014 World Cup: James Rodriguez fires Cafeteros to first quarterfinal Contributors: SBNation.com Staff / new Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: Colombia vs. Uruguay, 2014 World Cup: James Rodriguez fires Cafeteros to first quarterfinal Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email Uruguay's attack was poor without Luis Suarez, and their defense had no answer for Colombia star James Rodriguez in a 2-0 win for Los Cafeteros. 11 Total Updates Since Jun 27, 2014, 6:48pm EDT Follow this stream June 28, 2014 Rodriguez fires Colombia to Uruguay win By Callum Hamilton / new James Rodriguez scored a sensational goal and added another in the second half to give Colombia a richly deserved win over Uruguay. / new June 28, 2014 Ain't that a kick in the tail By Zach Woosley / new Kicking an already injured player is not going to win you any friends ... though, at least no one got bit. / new June 28, 2014 Fans at Uruguay match pay tribute to Suarez bite By Seth Rosenthal / new Uruguay and Colombia fans alike referenced the Luis Suarez biting incident with their signs and get-ups. June 28, 2014 Colombia's best fan is a colorful birdman By Seth Rosenthal / new What is this creature!? / new June 28, 2014 Don't tell LeBron it's pronounced "Ha-mes" By Kim McCauley@lgbtqfc / new / new June 28, 2014 James scores a second By Kim McCauley@lgbtqfc / new Colombia lead Uruguay 2-0 and James Rodriguez has a brace. / new June 28, 2014 James with the best goal of the World Cup? By Kim McCauley@lgbtqfc / new Is this legal? / new June 28, 2014 Martinez and Forlan start in Colombia-Uruguay By Callum Hamilton / new Colombia have kept Jackson Martinez up front to replace Victor Ibarbo as they take on Uruguay, while Diego Forlan starts. June 28, 2014 How to watch Colombia vs. Uruguay online By Kim McCauley@lgbtqfc / new Won't be near a TV when Colombia take on Uruguay? We can help you find it streaming live online. June 28, 2014 No Suarez, no prob ... okay, problem. By Kim McCauley@lgbtqfc / new Here's how to catch Uruguay and Colombia in the World Cup Round of 16. June 27, 2014 Colombia should beat Uruguay By Jack Sargeant / new On-form Colombia should have enough to beat an average Uruguay and progress into the World Cup quarterfinals.