Hello and welcome to Sports Mole's live news coverage from the 16th day of the World Cup.
We will bring you all of the reaction and gossip from Brazil following the conclusion of Group G and Group H last night.
Despite no matches taking place this evening, we will bring you all of the news ahead of the last-16 matches that begin over the weekend.
"Lionel Messi has stepped up in the important moments to win games for Argentina at this World Cup," Simeone told Goal.com. "He is a player who offers something different to Argentina, but the team needs to grow as a unit and I'm convinced they will do that as the World Cup moves into the knockout phase."
"In my career, I've never seen a World Cup at this level," he told FIFA.com. "The quality is absolutely incredible, the pace is so intense. This is a great tournament. If you make the slightest mistake, you pay for it."
"Robben is fantastic," Depay told reporters. "It's fantastic to train with him every day. I can't believe my eyes what he can do with the ball. It's unbelievable how fast he is with the ball. He's a great player."
"I'm pretty sure that the final will be Brazil-Argentina," he told reporters. "It will be a dream if we win. But to lose would be a nightmare. So hopefully Argentina lose before then."
"We can play well as a team, but in terms of individual quality, we are not good enough to score or avoid conceding in the final moments, which is the difference between us and the best teams in the world," he told reporters.
"We are very optimistic. Every day is a big step forward with Jozy," Klinsmann told reporters. "It's 11 days now and it's looking better every day so we're optimistic to have him being part of the Belgium game."
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"Last year, though, when I moved to England and began playing in a much bigger league with a much higher profile, I could see things coming together for me. I fought hard, chased my dream and got the call-up for the game with South Africa in March. Everything I did from June 2013 onwards was with the goal of making it here to the World Cup.
"[After the match] I went back to the hotel, had a bath and tried to stay focused, while my family were at home getting congratulatory messages from everyone. I'm sure they felt more excited about the whole thing than me, but I was delighted to make them that happy."
Our live blog will be online from 11am tomorrow as we build up to both of those matches, but we'll be here all night too to keep you up to date.
I'll leave you with this picture from the USA Soccer Twitter account, which shows what their squad got up to on the first day with no matches. Thanks for joining us throughout today, goodbye.