The first last 16 pairings of the World Cup were decided last night, and while the 5pm matches were a bit of a damp squip, there were goals galore in the two later games last night.
Here's how Twitter reacted to all the action.
That was a sure goal for Australia if it was Casillas instead of Reina. #SpainVsAustralia #FifaWorldCup
— PANKYAAA (@StraightEdgeJr) June 23, 2014
"Dirk Kuyt has literally sacrificed himself" -- Trevor Steven (@dangerhere) — Fredorrarci (@Fredorrarci) June 23, 2014
87th minute: Cramp suffers a debilitating case of Dirk Kuyt.
— James Tyler (@JamesTylerESPN) June 23, 2014
Arjen Robben told Dutch reporter LVG is so lucky he must have a 'golden willie'. 'I don't know' LVG responded. 'Truus has never said that.' — Elko Born (@Elko_B) June 23, 2014
Neymar has the skills, but once you've factored the hair into the equation, I'd rather be Fred. #camvsbra
— Pete Paphides (@petepaphides) June 23, 2014
For most people, 'Fred' is short for 'Frederick'. Not this one. His parents left it at that because they couldn't finish properly either. — Alwyn Payne (@AlwynPayne) June 23, 2014
Croatia have shit out here, doesn't help when you've got a keeper that looks like Alan McGregor, but isn't as good as him. #Analysis
— Adam (@adamf2384) June 23, 2014
Easily the best slow-mo clip you'll see this #WorldCup2014 #MEX https://t.co/3MUiLd4Jcj — James Maasdorp (@jammathon) June 24, 2014
Fred's looking pretty disgusted with himself for not putting that chance away. I say I say disgusted! pic.twitter.com/1KHFqfjJIa
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) June 23, 2014
Great insight from Ian Wright on the Fernandinho goal "bang, bang (pause) bang" @itvfootball @dangerhere — Jonny Sides (@jonny_sides) June 23, 2014
The next young player who says he does not want to play for England should be harvested for his organs and other essential minerals.
— Iain Macintosh (@iainmacintosh) June 23, 2014