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2014 FIFA World Cup Expert Picks: Quarterfinals Results

Behind home-rain-forest advantage, Brazil was the only team to score twice in the quarterfinals. (http://at-web.org/)

The Semis are set, and it was a tough battle all around. Upstart Costa Rica forced Netherlands to penalty kicks. All other games were decided by one goal as well, two of those by the score of 1-0.

That made extra points tough to come by for our experts, who all unanimously picked the winners of all four games. Still, with four more games in the tournament, there’s plenty of time to make up room.

So check below for the updated results, and come back Tuesday evening for the Semifinal selections.

Name John KC Nick B Nick G
Brazil vs
Columbia
Winner Brazil Brazil Brazil Brazil
Brazil
Goals
2 3 3 2
Columbia
Goals
0 2 2 1
Netherlands vs
Costa Rica
Winner Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands
Netherlands
Goals
3 2 2 3
Costa Rica
Goals
0 1 1 0
France vs
Germany
Winner Germany Germany Germany Germany
France
Goals
1 1 0 1
Germany
Goals
2 3 2 3
Argentina vs
Belgium
Winner Argentina Argentina Argentina Argentina
Argentina
Goals
3 1 2 2
Belgium
Goals
1 0 1 0
Total Points 43 54 38 51

Table Legend

  • Two-point picks are boldfaced.
  • One-point picks are italicized.
  • Zero-point picks are crossed out.

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