The England striker is not pleased at arriving on home soil after a disastrous World Cup campaign while Lukas Podolski remembers Michael Jackson on the anniversary of his death
Wayne Rooney has underlined the negative feeling in England's camp, but Bosnia striker Edin Dzeko is in good spirits after being named man of the match against Iran despite his country's early elimination.
Elsewhere, Gary Linekar gets all hot under the collar about Lionel Messi's two-goal performance against Nigeria and Lukas Podolski remembers the King of Pop ... it's Word on the Tweet!
|"Gutted to be home"... Rooney lands back in England
Gutted to be home but I can't wait to see my wife and children— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) June 25, 2014
|Bosnia bow out but Dzeko goes home with a trophy
|Lineker can't get enough of Lionel
I can't think of another man that excites me quite as much as Messi does.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) June 25, 2014
|Dublin not impressed by Shaqiri stunner
What an amazing strike from Shaqiri btw very similar to mine back in 99 for Cambridge against Exeter hahaha sorry that was 2 yards— Dion Dublin (@DionDublinsDube) June 25, 2014
|Podolski misses Michael Jackson