Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Ecuador fought back from a goal down to beat Honduras 2-1 and go second in Group E thanks to an Enner Valencia brace.
FIFA explained why seven Costa Rica players had anti-doping tests after the Italy game rather than the usual two.
Ottmar Hitzfeld reassured Switzerland they can still progress in the World Cup despite “a dark day” against France.
Didier Deschamps laughed off suggestions France are “favourites” to win the World Cup after hammering Switzerland 5-2.
France virtually booked their spot in the last 16 of the World Cup after a 5-2 demolition job on sorry Switzerland.
Honduras and Ecuador face off in a bid to keep their qualification hopes alive after France demolished Switzerland.
Coach Jorge Luis Pinto said “Costa Rica were in the Group of Death, but it’s the others who are dead” after beating Italy.
The results of the blind auctions are confirmed, including Michelangelo Albertazzi, Paulo Vitor Barreto and Nicola Bellomo.
Thiago Motta claimed “the only difference” between Italy and Costa Rica was how accustomed they were to the heat.
There are injury concerns over Daniele De Rossi, who was seen limping after the Costa Rica game.
Alessio Cerci said Italy “must face Uruguay as if it were a Final” after their 1-0 defeat to Costa Rica.
Christian Bolanos took a sideswipe at Mario Balotelli after Costa Rica beat Italy. “He’ll know our names now.”
Lorenzo Insigne believes Italy “did well to avoid conceding another” after their 1-0 defeat to Costa Rica.
Bryan Ruiz said it is “a dream come true” for tiny Costa Rica to beat Italy and Uruguay in a World Cup.
Italy can qualify for the World Cup knockouts, and even top the group, as long as they don’t lose to Uruguay.
Gigi Buffon insists the defeat to Costa Rica “changes nothing” for Italy’s final group match against Uruguay.
Antonio Cassano is “convinced we can do it” after Italy’s 1-0 World Cup defeat to Costa Rica.
Costa Rica pulled off an historic win in Recife, as Sam Lewis analyses the slow and sluggish Italy.
France and Switzerland go head-to-head for leadership of Group E and qualification, but Paul Pogba is dropped.
Cesare Prandelli confessed to “a deserved defeat” against an “aggressive” Costa Rica, as Italy face a showdown with Uruguay.
Italy suffered a World Cup shock when beaten 1-0 by Costa Rica, who qualify for the knockout stages.
Udinese have bought Colombia international Pablo Armero outright from Napoli.
Atalanta now own Luca Cigarini outright after buying him from Napoli, but Michele Canini goes to a blind auction.
Fiorentina released an official statement denying reports Roma are in negotiations for Juan Guillermo Cuadrado.
Juventus have officially bought Chile international Mauricio Isla and midfielder Cristian Pasquato from Udinese.
Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas “would be honoured and very happy” with an offer from Napoli.
Roma have bought Valerio Verre from Udinese and sold striker Nico Lopez to the Friulani.
According to reports, Juventus have sold Simone Zaza to Sassuolo with an option and renew Domenico Berardi’s co-ownership.
Julio Cesar insists his Brazil teammate Neymar “is a better player than Mario Balotelli and more mature.”
Sampdoria have announced they will play a friendly against West Ham at Upton Park on August 9.
Gigi Buffon, Thiago Motta and Ignazio Abate step into the Italy side to face Group D leaders Costa Rica.
Bologna have announced that they and Inter have agreed to renew their co-ownership of Saphir Taider for another season.
Crotone have announced they have allowed Roma to take sole ownership of Stefano Pettinari’s sporting rights.
It is reported that Palermo are considering selling striker Kyle Lafferty in order to finance a deal for Jasmin Kurtic.