Uruguay booked their place in the last sixteen of the 2014 World Cup following a controversial 1-0 win over 10-man Italy in their final Group D fixture at the Estadio Das Dunas in Natal.
Although Diego Godin grabbed the winner for Uruguay late in the game, striker Luis Suarez made the headlines for allegedly biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini.
The game started with Italy nearly taking the lead in the 12th minute when playmaker Andrea Pirlo's free kick was saved by Uruguay goalkeeper Fernando Muslera.
Although Italy had most of the possession in the opening stages of the game, Uruguay almost broke the deadlock through Suarez at the half hour mark. The Liverpool striker, after getting the ball from the midfield, nipped in behind the Italian defence before firing a shot from a tight angle. However, his shot was kept out by an alert Gianluigi Buffon.
In the second half, Uruguay started attacking with more urgency as Italy started retreating to their own half.
The South American side's first real chance came just before the hour mark when Christian Rodriguez, after exchanging some neat passes with Suarez, cut in from the left. However, the midfielder was unable to keep his calm as he slashed his effort wide of the target.
Moments later more trouble piled on Italy after they were reduced to ten men after Claudio Marchisio's sending-off after a careless high tackle on Arevalo Rios.
Despite their numerical advantage, Uruguay struggled to break the Italian defence as they failed to create many clear cut chances.
The South American side had a very good opportunity to break the deadlock in the 65th minute when Suarez, after getting an excellent assist from Edinson Cavani, had Buffon at his mercy. However, the Italian goalkeeper did brilliantly as he palmed away the Liverpool striker's effort.
With ten minutes remaining, controversy plagued the game after Suarez appeared to have bitten Giorgio Chiellini, who was seen showing the Uruguayan's bite mark on his shoulder to the referee.
However, the incident went unnoticed and Uruguay finally grabbed the winner through Diego Godin as he powered home a corner from Gastón Ramírez.
Catch the full highlights of the game below: