Tuesday, June 24, 2014
The Uruguay star says his two goals in Sao Paulo were motivated by critics who "laughed" at him over the years, but now insists the comments were "nothing personal".
Monday, June 23, 2014
The veteran midfielder is set to captain Roy Hodgson's side in its final Group D match against Costa Rica, but he does not know if it will be his international swansong.
The Three Lions captain says that he feels "broken" as he considers his international future following the team's early elimination from the World Cup in Brazil
With the second set of matches over, Goal takes a look at which teams are qualified, which ones are going home and which are still battling to make the knockout stage.
The Three Lions will try to end their World Cup on a high after elimination following losses in their two opening games, whilst the Central Americans will aim to claim top spot.
Sunday, June 22, 2014
The England captain was thought to be ready to end his Three Lions career following the side's early World Cup exit, but he will not make a final call until after the summer.
The Manchester United forward believes his country needs to adopt a tougher approach, which he says has benefited other teams against the Three Lions.
Saturday, June 21, 2014
The Three Lions boss insisted the Uruguay star needed to prove himself at the World Cup, after which he scored twice to set the country's elimination from the tournament in motion.
The former Liverpool and Fulham boss does not feel he could have done any more as his side crashed out of the tournament following defeats in its first two Group D fixtures.
The Argentina legend was disappointed by the performance of the England captain and believes he let his side down, particularly with his role in Uruguay's winner.
Friday, June 20, 2014
Concussions are becoming a serious issue in soccer and something needs to be done to protect the players, says former Major League Soccer star Taylor Twellman.
A second successive Group D defeat at the hands of Uruguay has left England's qualification hopes in the balance and prompted questions over the 66-year-old's future.
The Three Lions are in dire need of the leader that many of their international rivals possess, after another match-winning display from the Liverpool and Uruguay man.
Thursday, June 19, 2014
The captain was culpable again as a mistake in midfield has again cost his side dearly. A chance for redemption looks unlikely.
The Liverpool striker scored twice in defeating England in their Group D encounter, claiming it was the perfect response to the criticism they received after losing to Costa Rica
England is on the verge of heading out of the World Cup after Luis Suarez struck twice to hand Uruguay its first victory in Group D.
The star striker scored twice to lead his side to victory despite not having played in over five weeks due to injury.
Luis Suarez returns from injury to haunt the Three Lions, who now must rely on other results to save their World Cup dream.
A Wayne Rooney goal cancelled out the Liverpool star's first half effort but the striker popped up late in the game to nick the win for his side.
Ten England fans have been injured in a violent attack in the city prior to Thursday's game with Uruguay .