Wins for Netherlands and Costa Rica saw another two quarter-final berths booked in Brazil while one of Manchester United's new signings jetted off on their summer holidaysDay 18 of the World Cup was yet another thriller as late drama encapsulated both last-16 ties, with Netherlands and Costa Rica eventually winning through to the last eight.
The Oranje's win over Mexico was marred somewhat by a possible dive by Arjen Robben which led to Klaas-Jan Huntelaar's winning penalty, though the player himself has denied simulation.
Meanwhile, new Manchester United signing Luke Shaw has begun spending after putting pen to paper on a £160,000-per-week deal at Old Trafford as he jetted of to Marbella following England's World Cup elimination.
Check out all the lates goings on on Goal's Word on the Tweet...
|ORANJE MARCH ON...Dutch goal heroes celebrate win
Wat een s(c)hot! pic.twitter.com/IxUn03EBxh— Klaas Jan Huntelaar (@KJ_Huntelaar) June 29, 2014
|MEXICO ROBBED? The diving debate continues
PENALTY of NOT. I suppose its the way u sell it. Don't blame the ref or RAFA. Feel for MEXICO #MEXvsNED— Tim Cahill (@Tim_Cahill) June 29, 2014
Congratulations to the Dutch. Agony for Mexico. I just wish Robben wasn't such a soap bubble in the box.— Hugh Laurie (@hughlaurie) June 29, 2014
Ref finally gave in to Robben #Penalty— Curtis Davies #6 (@TheCurtisDavies) June 29, 2014
|THE ONLY WAY IS MARBS...Shaw jets off after Man Utd move
Marbella tomorrow— Luke Shaw (@LukeShaw3) June 29, 2014