Colombia striker Carlo Bacca has been ruled out of his country's remaining World Cup group games with a leg strain.
The 27-year-old suffered the problem in training and will now miss fixtures against the Ivory Coast and Japan.
A statement on the Colombian Football Federation's website read: "Following the tests done by Colombia's medical team, led by Doctor Carlos Ulloa, it has been determined that player Carlos Bacca has suffered a first-degree muscle strain and will require a period of treatment from seven to 10 days."
Colombia earned a convincing 3-0 win over Greece in their opening match of the tournament on Saturday.
They play their penultimate group game on Thursday when they meet the Ivory Coast in the Brazilian capital of Brasilia.