Kolarov produced a moment of magic, curling a free kick left-footed over the wall and past the despairing dive of Navas.
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Aleksandar Kolarov produced a moment of captain's inspiration, curling home a superb free kick as Serbia got their World Cup Group E campaign up and running with a 1-0 victory over Costa Rica Sunday.Serbia had dominated against a Costa Rica side who rarely threatened after a bright start, but chances were thin on the ground until Kolarov made the breakthrough in the 56th minute.Serbia found it hard to break them down, but they rarely looked troubled at the back and barring a late half chance for substitute Joel Campbell, they coasted through the game.The match began in furious fashion with Serbia's Aleksandar Mitrovic having a header scooped off the line and Costa Rica's Giancarlo Gonzalez failed to convert two headed chances.
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