IN THE NET
All aboard the England hype train, as Harry Kane and Co are depicted in the iconic poses of the 1966 World Cup-winning team led by then skipper Bobby Moore.
Former England striker Peter Crouch with his take on "It's coming home" - a play on the Three Lions' unofficial World Cup anthem.
Mohamed Salah gets mummified by Uruguay's Diego Godin and Russia's Aleksandr Golovin after the Egyptians lost their first two matches. Their exit was confirmed by Uruguay's 1-0 win over Saudi Arabia on June 20.
Diego Maradona celebrating Argentina's opening goal against Nigeria is simply the meme that keeps on giving.
If you ever wondered why VAR decisions take so long, wonder no more.
Meme on top of a meme: England defender Harry Maguire pokes fun at his own meme, which first went viral after team-mate Kyle Walker tweeted an imaginary conversation between the Leicester man and his girlfriend after the 2-0 quarter-final win over Sweden.
When Neymar met Alisson. Footage of the Brazil goalkeeper went viral after he was spotted stamping on a giant inflatable balloon during their opener against Switzerland. A netizen spliced that with the equally iconic video of team-mate Neymar rolling and a classic was born. WATCH: bit.ly/2utDGnD
Goalkeeper Jo Hyeon-woo doing his best impression of the Matrix's Neo after making six top-drawer saves as South Korea beat Germany 2-0 in the final Group F game for their first Finals win over Die Mannschaft, knocking out the world champions.
This may not be the 7-1 humiliation by Germany in 2014, but it is groundhog day for Brazil as their flagging World Cup dreams are crushed again.