Switzerland play out 2-2 draw against Costa Rica

FULL TIME: Switzerland play out 2-2 draw against Costa Rica, set up round of 16 clash with Sweden.
90+3 GOAL! Costa Rica equalise in the injury time. Bryan Ruiz’s penalty hits the underside of the bar, rebounded onto the back of keeper Sommer and it will count as an own goal.
Two minutes of injury time added
88’ GOAL! Josep Drmic scores in the dying minutes to hand Switzerland 2-1 lead.
81’ SUBSTITUTION! Final change for Switzerland, Michael Lang replacing Xherdan Shaqiri.
78’ Switzerland had a chance. Drmic’s header hits the post after collecting a pass from Embolo’s flat cross.
75’ Zakaria of Switzerland gets yellow card for pulling back Gamboa.
69’ SUBSTITUTION! Another substitution for Switzerland as Gavranovic makes way for Drmic.
66’ Danger for Switzerland, but survive with a throw-in deep in their own half.
60’ SUBSTITUTION! Denis Zakaria replaces Valon Behrami in Switzerland’s first substitution of the match.
56 GOAL! Costa Rica equalise through Kendall Waston’s header. Waston collects a Campbell pass from the corner, he jumps and heads into the net to score Costa Rica’s first goal of the tournament.
52’ Shaqiri finds Embolo with a superb angled pass but Navas makes a great save to deny Switzerland extending the lead.
49’ Switzerland’s Ricardo Rodriguez left-footed shot goes over the bar.
47’ Shaqiri is down on the field after being hit by Oviedo.
46’ Second half gets underway with Costa Rica taking the kick.
HALF TIME: Switzerland lead Costa Rica 1-0
One minute of injury time added
37’ Switzerland’s Lichtsteiner shown the yellow card for a late tackle on Colindres.
31’ GOAL! Blerim Dzemaili strikes as Switzerland take the lead. Lichtsteiner sends a deep cross, Embolo heads down to Dzemaili who fires into the net from eight yards.
26’ Shaqiri takes a free-kick from the left-hand side and smashes it onto the penalty spot but keeper Navas punches the ball away.
24’ Colindres runs through into Swiss penalty area and fires a close-range shot which is denied by defender Manuel Akanji.
20’ Corner for Costa Rica from the left. Swiss keeper Yann Sommer catches it safely.
17’ Switzerland had the first shot on target. Mario Gavranovic hits a low shot from 20 yards but keeper Navas saves it easily.
11’ Cristian Gamboa of Costa Rica gets yellow card after he slides in midfield on Breel Embolo.
10’ Costa Rica miss another chance, lucky survival for Switzerland as Colindres’ shot hits the bar and the ball bounces out.
6’ SAVE! Yann Sommer comes up with stunning save. He dives full length to his right to stop Celso Borges downward header.
5’ Costa Rica on the attack from the right flank, Swiss defence is upto the mark to avert the danger.
2’ Switzerland get the free kick. Breel Embolo takes it just outside the penalty area but his shot finds no man in the box.
1’ Referee blows the whistle and the match gets underway with Switzerland taking the opening kick.
Players are out on the field and it’s time national anthem at Nizhny Novgorod Stadium
Xherdan Shaqiri and Granit Xhaka, who were fined by FIFA this week after politically-charged goal celebrations, were both named by Switzerland in their starting line-up for Wednesday’s Group E game against Costa Rica at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium.
The pair escaped possible suspension and take their place in an attacking team with Breel Embolo and Mario Gavranovic making their first starts of the tournament as the two changes from Friday’s 2-1 win over Serbia. The Swiss need only a draw to advance.
The match will probably be the last in Costa Rica colours for 32-year-old striker Bryan Ruiz, who hinted as much on social media in the build-up. Ruiz is earning his 112th cap on Wednesday.