Juan Guillermo Cuadrado played his part once again last night as Colombia stormed into the World Cup quarter-finals at the expense of Uruguay. The Viola man nodded into the path of James Rodriguez for the striker’s second in a 2-0 win.
Cuadrado has now set up four goals at this year’s tournament, more than any other player. Making his 32nd cap and fourth World Cup appearance, the Colombian wideman completed all 19 attempted passes to a team-mate in the opposition half against Uruguay. He also beat his man three times in yesterday’s game, more than anyone else on the pitch.