Jul 5, 2014 at 9pm UK at ​Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador
Costa Rica

Martins Indi (64'), Huntelaar (111')

Diaz (38'), Umana (52'), Gonzalez (81'), Acosta (106')
Netherlands win 4-3 on penalties

Giancarlo Gonzalez: 'Costa Rica out to win World Cup'

Costa Rica pose for a team photo prior to the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Round of 16 match between Costa Rica and Greece at Arena Pernambuco on June 29, 2014
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Costa Rica defender Giancarlo Gonzalez insists that they are out to win the World Cup now that they have made history by reaching the quarter-finals for the first time.

Giancarlo Gonzalez has insisted that Costa Rica are in the World Cup to win it and has warned Netherlands that they won't be overawed by their big-name talents.

The Central American nation have defied the odds and a difficult draw to reach the quarter-finals of the tournament for the first time, and they face the Dutch in Salvador on Saturday for a place in the last four.

However, defender Gonzalez has stressed that there is an appetite in the Costa Rican squad to continue their historic run and go all of the way, knowing that this opportunity is unlikely to come around again.

"The most important match now is the one against the Netherlands. We have made history. Football is about moments, and we don't know if we will ever again have a chance like this one," he told reporters.

"We got through the 'group of death,' we're here and we are going to try to win this.

"We have not considered ourselves to be less than anyone else. We have already shown before world-famous stars that we can do our job, and this match will be no exception."

Costa Rica would face the winner of Brazil versus Colombia in the last four if they caused another shock against the Dutch, who are looking to make the final of the World Cup for successive tournaments.

 Edinson Cavani of Uruguay shoots and scores his team's first goal on a penalty kick during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Group D match between Uruguay and Costa Rica at Castelao on June 14, 2014
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