World Cup: After starring in victory, Brazil's Julio Cesar weeps with happiness

You may not speak Portuguese, but the emotions Brazilian national team goalkeeper Julio Cesar showed after starring in Brazil's penalty-kick shootout win over Chile are universal.

Here's the translation of what he said:

"Four years ago, I did an interview where I was very sad, very emotional. I'm doing it again today, but this time I'm happy. Only God and my family knows what I've been through and am still going through. But I know my story with the Brazilian national team is not over yet. My teammates have been giving me a lot of strengh, helping me come to the field and do my best. There are three steps left (until the final) and I hope to have another interview with you, but this time happy and with the whole country celebrating. This is my biggest dream."

Four years ago, Julio Cesar -- who now plays for Toronto FC -- made a mistake against the Netherlands that led to Brazil's elimination from the World Cup. Now, four years later, after making two saves in the penalty shootout with Chile, he is the talk of the nation.