Word on the Tweet: Rooney backs United States and Eto'o says goodbye to Chelsea

The England forward - plus international team-mate Ben Foster - got behind Jurgen Klinsmann's side against Belgium while Germany's Arsenal stars prepared to face France
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The end of the second round of the World Cup came on Tuesday, with those players already eliminated getting in on the action as fans. England duo Wayne Rooney and Ben Foster both got behind United States in their clash with Belgium in the evening - the Manchester United man might disappoint club-mates Adnan Januzaj and Marouane Fellaini!

After the early kick-off, Argentina superstar Lionel Messi snapped a selfie with his team-mates after setting up Angel Di Maria deep into extra time to grab a somewhat fortuitous victory over Switzerland. The Albiceleste have yet to fully burst into life but remain in the mix for glory in Brazil.

Also still in contention are Germany, who will take on France in the quarter-finals, and Joachim Low's men got down to preparations for that game after Monday's win over Algeria. Arsenal stars Lukas Podolski and Per Mertesacker were among those taking some social snapshots of their World Cup training...


RELIEF FOR LEO... Argentina relax after scrape through

AND THEN THERE WERE EIGHT... Germany prepare

DUTCH DAY OFF... Lens and Blind in the favelas

BYE BYE BLUE... Eto'o salutes one-year Chelsea stay