The second round of games came to an end on Sunday, with Colombia trouncing Poland 3-0, sending them crashing out of the World Cup.
Every team has played two games each, and the likes of Russia, Uruguay, France, Croatia, England and Belgium have already booked a place in the last-16.
In a round where plenty of goals were scored, many players shone bright, while some looked absolutely ordinary and a liability on the pitch.
Here are the top flops from round two:
Willy Caballero, Argentina
The Argentina goalkeeper committed an absolute howler to hand Croatia the first goal in their 3-0 hammering of Argentina.
Chelsea No 2 Caballero committed the error of the tournament so far as his attempted chipped pass presented Ante Rebic with the chance to fire into the back of the net.
Caballero was left with his head in his hands following the unbelievable slip-up. His brain fade moment helped Croatia get the grip on the game, and resulted in La Albiceleste surrendering to the Croatian pressure.
Nicolás Otamendi, Argentina
Argentina’s performance against Croatia was absolutely shambolic, and they had Manchester City centre-back to thank for that.
He was all over the place, looked out of pace, and for long period was horrendous. He is not new to criticism as he has a habit of not showing up in games.
When Luka Modric scored the second goal from distance, Otamendi didn’t press him, rather he allowed him room to score. It was a performance to forget for the City centre-half.
Yussuf Poulsen, Denmark
Yussuf Poulsen was Denmark’s hero in round one, with his goal against Peru proving to be the difference between the two sides.
He came into the game against Australia with high confidence, but he handled the ball in his own box to give away a penalty, which Mile Jedinak converted to take Australia level at 1-1. The game ended with the same scoreline, meaning Denmark can’t afford a defeat against France.
Gylfi Sigurdsson, Iceland
You don’t usually find man of his calibre having an off game, but he had one to forget against Nigeria.
In an all important game, he wasn’t as influential as he normally is. He lacked the cutting edge and didn’t influence the game. He would know being the prominent and most important player for his country, he has to be consistent.
He also missed a late penalty late on, with Nigeria leading 2-0. It was a game where Sigurdsson looked off color and coudn’t contribute much.
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, Serbia
A man tipped for big things, and quoted by the likes of Real Madrid and Manchester United, needs to do a lot more to justify why he is one of the most sought after players in Europe.
In Serbia’s 1-2 loss to Switzerland, Milinkovic-Savic failed to do anything of note. He was playing in the number 10 role, but didn’t look at ease and didn’t do much apart from giving away four fouls. He was also dispossessed six times, and had only one shot.
He needs to do better in the must win game against Brazil.