The latest addition to England's squad...Barack Obama
Are we sub-standard at grassroots? Or is it simply a lack of passion for the shirt? As ever, the answer seems a little more nuanced.
A Scotland fan spotted basking in England's World Cup demise alongside Uruguay fans told ITV he was "worried" his antics would "go viral".
England goalkeeper Joe Hart has said that crashing out of the football World Cup has left him feeling empty after giving his all to England during the campaign.
Joe Hart: It's an empty feeling. I've put everything into this tournament but ultimately it's cruel, it's gutting for me.
In a press conference from Brazil, Hart also echoed Wayne Rooney's comments thanking the fans for making the journey out support them.
Joe Hart: We'd like to thank the fans for making the difficult journey, their presence was felt. We've left nothing out there.
Wayne Rooney said England needs to play more "clinically" and take chances:
.@waynerooney: There should be pressure, we're playing for our country. We're out, but it's not through lack of trying.
.@waynerooney: It's tough to take and it's the first time we have gone out of a tournament after two games. We have to pick ourselves up
.@waynerooney: We have to learn from this, we need to be more clinical and take our chances.
Wayne Rooney told a news conference that the England team were "obviously hurting" over their early knockout.
"I'm sure you can imagine it's quite tough and there are a long few days ahead for us," he said. "We have to pick ourselves up for this game on Tuesday go out fighting and show our pride."
"It's not a great feeling to go out after two days but we have to restore some pride back."
Thousands of Costa Rican fans filled the streets of the capital San Jose after their team's 1-0 win over Italy.
Costa Rica play England in their final Group D match on Tuesday.
Wayne Rooney has apologised to England fans following their World Cup elimination.
Roy Hodgson's side were knocked out after just two matches, as a result of defeats to Italy and Uruguay.
England needed Italy to win their two remaining games to stand any chance of progressing from Group D, but the Azzurri's 1-0 loss to Costa Rica sealed their fate.
In a post on Facebook, Rooney said: "Absolutely devastated to be out of the World Cup. Going into each game we had great belief in ourselves but unfortunately it hasn't worked out. Sorry to all the fans that travelled and at home that we haven't done better...gutted!"
Unlucky England. You did your best. Lots of Love from all us Canadians.
Former England captain Rio Ferdinand dismissed as "rubbish" suggestions that Roy Hodgson's players lacked passion, saying the side simply "wasn't up to it" at the World Cup.
Loads saying no pride no passion....the boys didn't try u saying? Rubbish. We just wasn't up to it. Nothing to do with pride & passion.
Money doesn't help you deal with the pressure from fans/media/yourself to perform on a football pitch at all...
Jubilant Costa Rica fans had a cheeky farewell message for England as they qualified for the World Cup second round and eliminated the Three Lions in the process.
Amid English anguish at the national side's rapid elimination from the World Cup, there has also been praise for Costa Rica's remarkable performance in qualifying from the so-called 'Group of Death':
Coup de grace for England, but how can you not be thrilled for Costa Rica? Bloody marvellous performance.
Now Costa Rica can rest players, for their unimportant match against the minnows of England.
Incredible result for Costa Rica , such high work ethic ,organised , disciplined performance ! Thanks for your comments good and bad haha