Colombia forced extra time with England in their Round of 16 World Cup matchup thanks to unexpected goal threat Yerry Mina. The Barcelona center back scored his third goal of the tournament off of a corner in the 93rd minute.

After a relatively tame first half, the match became unhinged in the second half, with referee Mark Geiger dishing out six (yes, six) yellow cards and a penalty, which Harry Kane converted for England in the 57th minute.

The Three Lions managed to hold on until nearly the death, when Mina converted to break England’s heart – at least temporarily.

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