In a match filled with drama, Brazil emerge victorious 2-1 thanks to Casemiro’s headed goal from a Neymar corner in the 100th minute of the match. Diaz’s superb overhead kick to open up the scoring in the 10th minute was cancelled out in contentious fashion with 12 minutes remaining by Firmino, when the referee decided to allow play to continue after being hit with the ball. This allowed Brazil a chance to continue their attack while the Colombia defence momentarily stopped - as normally the result is a drop-ball. The arguments that ensued after the goal was given meant more than 10 minutes of additional time were tacked onto the end of the 90, and it would take that long to separate the two evenly matched sides, as Casemiro won the hosts the match with the last kick of the game. The result confirms Brazil as group winners ahead of their final match, while Colombia - who have played all their games - sit second and must wait for their fate to be determined.