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Ticket Down is a reputable source for Brazil vs. Colombia World Cup Quarterfinals tickets. One of the favorites to win the World Cup this year is from the host nation, Brazil. Brazil finished atop their group with a 2-1-0 record and advanced past the Round of 32 after knocking off fellow South American country, Chile on penalty kicks. The victory over Chile allowed the Brazilians to continue their goal of winning their sixth World Cup and will now take on Colombia. Colombia went 3-0 in the group stage, winning Group C and advanced past a Luis Suarez-less Uruguayan team. These two teams will meet at Estádio Castelão in Fortaleza on Saturday, July 4.
The Brazilian national team will be led into this matchup by the face of their team and the nation, Neymar. Neymar is just 22 and has scored four goals in this tournament. Against Chile, he was held without a goal, but the Barcelona player is still one of the most dangerous strikers in the world. He can make a defender miss at any time and if he has the chance to score on a penalty, all goalkeepers need to worry. Brazil will also be led in this match by Hulk, who put on one of the best performances of any player in their match against Chile; David Luiz who was credited with their lone goal in that match, and Marcelo. One player that won’t lace up their cleats in this match will be Dani Alves, who was suspended after earning his second yellow card of the tournament.
The Colombian team is one of the biggest surprises in the tournament this year. Their talent-filled roster is led by the leading scorer in the tournament, James Rodriguez. The 22-year-old played his first season with Monaco last season after playing with Porto in Portugal since 2010. He has quickly turned into one of the most impressive players in the World Cup and could be the difference between a win against one of the tournament favorites or a loss.
Estádio Castelão was originally built in 1973 and was renovated several years ago in preparation for the World Cup this year. The venue has hosted five games already this World Cup including the Brazil vs. Mexico draw in the group stage. The venue can seat more than 60,000 fans each night and has averaged more than 59,000 fans this tournament. With the original field of 32 teams down to less than a dozen, neither team can afford a slip up.
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