In case you happened to miss hours of coverage on ESPN, Fox Sports Live, NBC Sports or any other sports network or website covering the World Cup, here's a quick rundown of things you should know through 3 p.m. yesterday.
Below you will find an unranked list of the most notable moments in the 2014 FIFA World Cup so far.
Brazil's Marcelo scored the first goal of the World Cup with an own goal.
The U.S..'s Clint Dempsey recorded the fastest ever U.S. World Cup goal - timed at 30 seconds - against Ghana.
France earned its first World Cup win since 2006.
Ivory Coast scored two goals in two minutes to come from behind and beat Japan 2-1.
Switzerland proved clutch, scoring a goal in the 93rd minute to top Ecuador 2-1.
In Portugal vs Germany, Pepe landed a nasty headbutt on Thomas Mueller earning, Pepe the second red card of the tournament.
Jozy Altidore went down with an injured hamstring against Ghana.
Costa Rica is advancing to the round of 16, having beaten Uruguay and Italy.
Colombia, Netherlands and Chile are the only other teams to advance so far.
The fans in Brazil sung the second half of their national anthem acapella after it was cut short early.
Robin Van Persie landed one of the most beautiful and probably lucky diving headers you'll ever see against Spain.
Nigeria and Iran in Group F was the first draw of the World Cup.