<noframe> Twitter: Marcello - To all those hurling abuse at me for scoring an own goal, please re-direct your anger to <a href=" V" target="_blank">@12Marcelo V</a>. but this was far from simple for the tournament favourites. With Kovac's side are strong candidates to make it out of their group. Here he is after scoring his first World Cup goal... Here's the moment Brazil's other full-back will want to forget... We assume it's the occasion rather than the fear of Nikita Jelavic that's got him 20.57 I can't hide it - Brazil's anthem just makes me wanna DANCE. Regulars from Chelsea, Tottenham, Southampton, and... 20.07 So Olic gets the nod over Brazilian-born Eduardo Silva. Brozovic, Modric, Rakitic, Perisic, Olic, Jelavic 19.59 Still studiously ignoring that the opening ceremony ever happened or that Ian Wright is on the beach, what to expect from tonight's teams? 23.00 As far as opening matches go, that one was quite the stonker. And as this is the Twitter World Cup, it would be nothing without some misdirected abuse to someone, somewhere in the internet-ether. Ostensibly, the script-writers delivered for Neymar and co. Despite the somewhat fortuitous nature of his goals, a dream World Cup debut for the Barcelona man who shakes the referees hand before departing (ahem). 87mins We may well be hearing of 'plucky' Croatia should the scoreline stay this way, but that does a disservice to their performance. Neymar is having fun taking on players in the centre of the park. Croatia aren't letting the goal deter them from playing their game. Unencumbered by Mourinho, Oscar doesn't look like he'll be tracking back to help his full-back out. Brazil's 'hand-on-shoulders' walking thing has got me quite emotional if I'm honest. 20.29 The Premier League is well-represented in the line-ups. But the Selecao are not as Brazil-based as used to be the case, notes our chief sports commentator, Paul Hayward... Gustavo, Hulk, Oscar, Neymar, Fred Croatia: Pletikosa, Srna, Corluka, Lovren, Vrsaijko.
That man Perisic whips in a cross that is walloped over the goal by a retreating Luiz. Replay footage shows Neymar took a good look at Luka Modric before lashing an arm out. Modric takes an arm to the face from the Brazilian. Neymar beats Rakitic on the corner-line, but the ball ends up with Oscar who hits a brilliant curling shot palmed away by Pietikosa.
73mins Croatia nearly get one straight after the kick-off. HT: The first 45mins haven't been without their controversy.
47mins Words we may well be hearing again: "David Luiz, a little casual" 46mins Here we go again...
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- Mexico v Cameroon: live - Spain v Holland: live - Chile v Australia: live - Brazil's night tarnished by Fred's dive - Best pictures from Brazil v Croatia - J-Lo's own goal at bonkers opening ceremony Can you remember anything of any World Cup opener ever? Replays on the Olic challenge show it was generous from the referee. Croatia have it in the back of the net, but it won't count. 10min Brazil take a quick free-kick, allowing Paulinho to have a deflected shot wide. Luka Modric, who ended the season as a crucial cog in the Real Madrid machine, will likely partner Barcelona new-recruit Ivan Rakitic.
Who was the last player to score a hat-trick on opening day? Email [email protected] or tweet @mehreenkhn with your thoughts and answers. Looks as if the ref blew up for an infringement by Olic on the keeper. Neymar's corner is cleared but Croatia fail to build an attack. Croatia show again they're willing to catch Brazil out on the counter. Olic breaks away only to find his cross collected by Luiz 2min David Luiz last faced Olic in the Champions League final and gives him a nice reminder he's around. Rakitic's arrival at the Nou Camp put paid to Cesc Fabregas's three-years at his boyhood club, so much is expected of the 26-year-old.
And because I hate sleep, you can join me bright and early from 9am when I'll be live-blogging more of the fall-out from tonight, as well as looking forward to Mexico vs Cameroon, Chile vs Australia and Spain vs Holland. The Croatians are furious but still unclear whether it was a foul or offside. Olic scuffs a header after good build up from Perisic. Inter Milan's prodigious Mateo Kovacic makes up a quite forbidding midfield for Niko Kovac's side, who certainly won't be making up the numbers. Bayern Munich striker Mario Mandžukić is suspended after picking up a red-card back in November, so expect to see a start for either ex-Arsenal Eduardo Silva or veteran Ivica Olic coming up against PSG's new pairing of David Luiz and Thiago Silva.