Rodriguez, 27, is in action tonight as Colombia take on Chile in the quarterfinals of the prestigious South American tournament, being held in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo.
Not joining him, however, is his model girlfriend Shannon De Lima.
The Venezuelan model, 31, shared a video on her Instagram story earlier of herself at home watching her home nation take on Argentina in the other quarterfinal clash of the day.
“Go Venezuela,” she wrote, along with a heart emoji and a praying hands symbol.
Unfortunately for Shannon, it was not to be for Venezuela, and they went don to a 2-0 defeat, thanks to goals from Lautaro Martinez and Giovani Lo Celso.
“Release, flow, let go, let live!”
Shannon De Lima, girlfriend, James Rodriguez
Rodriguez confirmed his romance to Shannon in May, after the two were pictured together during the on-the-pitch celebrations following the end of Bayern Munich’s season.
There was controversy in the Colombia team two years ago when Rodriguez’s marriage to Arsenal and Colombia ‘keeper David Ospina’s sister broke down.
Shannon was earlier this month forced to deny she was responsible for the end of Rodriguez and volleyball star Daniela Ospina’s relationship.
The pair had been married since 2011, with their first daughter, Salome, born in 2013, but announced they were divorcing in July 2017.
Recently, Shannon slammed a fan who accused her of cheating with Rodriguez when he was still with Daniela.
Outraged, she replied to the comment: “When someone has been divorced for over two years it isn’t considered cheating, that is called ignorance.
“Stop f****** around and talking nonsense, it is about time you looked for a job. You’re not reading the game well.”
Shannon has an army of over 1.8 million Instagram followers and regularly shares stunning snaps with her fans.
This week, she shared two pictures of herself in a tiger print bikini and matching shades.
The brunette babe wrote: “Release, flow, let go, let live!” accompanied by a heart emoji.
In a fiery tie between Colombia and Chile, the two teams are level at half time.
Chile had the ball in the net thanks to Aranguiz, but it was ruled out by VAR for offside.
The winner of tonight’s clash will face either Uruguay or Peru, who play at 8pm BST later today.