1. Brazil won 2-1 against Colombia in its quarterfinal match on Friday, but the highlight of the game wasn’t a goal.
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2. It was Brazil’s David Luiz urging the crowd to acknowledge Colombia’s James Rodriguez for a stellar World Cup performance.
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3. Rodriguez, 22, scored a record-breaking six goals during the 2014 World Cup.
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4. So after David Luiz won, knocking Colombia out of the competition, he ran over to Rodriguez and declared his appreciation for a game well played.
5. Now that’s true sportsmanship. Congrats on a great game and World Cup.
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