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06/28/2014 04:53 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

This World Cup Wonder Goal Needs To Be Seen Again And Again (VIDEO/GIFs)

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Quantity and quality, James Rodriguez delivers it all.

The Colombia dynamo added to his World Cup goal tally with a sublime strike against Uruguay in the first half of the teams' Round of 16 clash at Estadio do Maracana in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday. With his back to the goal, the 22-year-old controlled the ball with his chest and then, while swiveling his body, volleyed the ball into the Uruguay goal with a devastating left-footed shot in the 28th minute.

With this sensational shot, Rodriguez had scored in Colombia's first four games in Brazil. The first three goals helped Colombia advance out of the group stage. The fourth will be remembered as one of the most impressive of the entire World Cup.

(GIF via @FlyByKnite)

(GIF via @myregularface)

In the second half, Rodriguez doubled the Colombia advantage with his fifth goal of the tournament. The second goal may not have been as remarkable as the first but it sealed the 2-0 win for Colombia.

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