The two players are "gutted" after Italy's loss to Costa Rica, while Mesut Ozil hailed Olivier Giroud's fine header as France thrashed Switzerland 5-2 on Friday eveningJack Wilshere has apologised to England fans after their early exit was confirmed by Costa Rica's deserved win over Italy.
The Three Lions have failed to progress out of the group stage for the first time since 1958, and the Arsenal man paid tribute to the travelling support who made their way to Brazil.
Elsewhere, Mesut Ozil was impressed by France in their 5-2 win over Switzerland, in particular the performance of a certain Premier League target man leading the line for Didier Deschamps side.
Perhaps the German playmaker forgot that Giroud and his countrymen could be his nation's main rivals for a spot in the last four should both countries finish top of their groups and proceed through to the quarter-finals. Arsenal fans may find plenty to enjoy in the online love-in, but supporters of die Mannschaft could be forgiven for wanting more of a frosty stand-off stance from their north London-based midfield string puller.
Besides Ozil's one-man Giroud appreciation society effort, Colombia were also in fine form, securing their passage to the second round and offering some fitting reactions in 140 character form.
As shown by the tweets of the Australian team however, resting and recuperating by the pool, it would seem that there are other ways of enjoying the experience of Brazil 2014 without making it into the knockout stages.
You can see it all here as Goal rounds up World Cup action and reaction from around the web…
|ROONEY & WILSHERE 'DEVASTATED' BY WORLD CUP EXIT
Gutted doesn't come close to how I am feeling right now, Sorry to all the fans who came out and supported us, and everyone back home!— Jack Wilshere (@JackWilshere) June 20, 2014
|OZIL PRAISES ARSENAL POWER
|LUIS SUAREZ TAKES A BITE OUT OF ENGLAND'S CHANCES
Uruguay A LOT more energy than v Costa Rica...Suarez the difference so far.— bradley h friedel (@friedel_b) June 19, 2014
Some goal from Uruguay... And who else but that man Suarez. Game on! #URUvsENG— Dario Vidosic (@dvidosic23) June 19, 2014
He had a operation last month? Lol Suarez is such an opportunist what a goal— Uche (@UcheIkpeazu) June 19, 2014
|COLOMBIANS GO CARACAS OVER GROUP C SUCCESS
|AUSTRALIA TAKE A LOAD OFF
Recovery sesh with the lads pic.twitter.com/lsBuAAET0s— Jason Davidson (@jasondavidson29) June 19, 2014