The Dutchman has long been dogged by criticism that he goes down too easily throughout his career and won a penalty late on against el Tri to send his side through to the quarter-finals.
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"In recent days there has been a lot of talk about diving and actually I'm tired of this b*******," he told NOS.
"I get kicked from all sides, but luckily I am still fit. I felt that I could make the difference, but didn't get the ball enough."
Tim Krul came on in the dying stages of extra time in Netherlands' quarter-final win over Costa Rica, saving two penalties in the shoot-out, and Robben believes his side's team spirit shined through.
"I don't want to blow my own trumpet, but I felt I was so good," he added.
"[In the dressing room] it was a party, we were so good with the penalties too, compliments to Tim. It shows we do it all together."
Netherlands continue their quest to reach a second-straight World Cup final with a clash against Argentina on Wednesday.