Uruguay struck first with a penalty kick in the 24th minute of the match. Edinson Cavani converted on a penalty kick to put his team up 1-0. In the second half, Costa Rica scored 3 goals to upset Uruguay.
The upset began with the game-tying goal from Joel Campbell in the 54th minute.
He had a pretty interesting celebration, which I learned probably indicates he is about to become a father or has recently become a father.
Just three minutes later, in the 57th minute, Óscar Duarte gave Costa Rica the lead after a Costa Rican penalty kick. Although some may argue he may have been offsides, his placement of the ball as he heads it into the net is impressive:
He was overcome with emotion:
Finally, Marco Ureña helped Costa Rica make history with the third goal. Costa Rica has never scored three goals in a World Cup match before today. The goal came in the 84th minute:
The match ended on a sour note when an egregious penalty from Maximiliano Pereira of Uruguay earned him the first red card of the 2014 World Cup.