Ivory Coast's Arthur Boka (L) fights for the ball with Colombia's Juan Cuadrado during their 2014 World Cup Group C match. (REUTERS/Paul Hanna)
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Colombia overcame Radamel Falcao's absence again in their 2-1 win over Ivory Coast Thursday and their performance suggested that their biggest worries might be elsewhere.Playmaker James Rodriguez, 22, orchestrated Colombia's best moves in midfield and headed the first goal, giving an inspired performance which belied his youth and had coach Jose Pekerman singing his praises.Overall, it was a highly satisfying performance for Colombia, who are back at the World Cup for the first time since 1998, looking fresher and more purposeful than ever before.
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