I'm not sure I can handle this mania for more than 8 more games, Chris D!
We'll review in due course. I think if anyone can hang around for four more years, it would be Tim Howard.
Right, time for me to scuttle off and do the ESPNFC World Cup Blog. It's been an exhausting night. I'm sorry you couldn't get there, America. But remember this always: You're much better at football than England.
Right, five more minutes of chat!
And then we'll sojourn until Friday's quarterfinal with Brazil and Colombia.
Thanks Iain! Super stuff.
I think they're threatened, Jon.
Thanks to everyone! What an afternoon.
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We'll leave the light on, George.
Need a few more young lads like Yedlin, Green
I think Lukaku's leaving regardless. Don't think Mourinho rates. But we shall see.
Howard, post-game: "“It’s heartbreaking. I don’t think we could have given any more. We were beaten by a really good team. It hurts. It’s my job, that’s what I sign up to do. Hats off to Belgium, but we gave a valiant effort.”
We have the power, Czuch!
Alright, I'm off. Thanks so much for joining us...
Here's the run-down for the final eight...
What a day. Another superb game in what's been the best World Cup for quite some time.
U.S. deserved to lose, on balance, but Tim Howard and Julian Green offered plenty of hope. Belgium's class showed in the end, when it mattered most.
Check ESPNFC.com soon for all the analysis you want from another stunning day of World Cup action.
No time off, SoonerGooner.