The World Cup concluded on Sunday, and what a World Cup it was.
The Brazilian showcase was as good as any World Cup, with plenty of moments of high drama and individual brilliance.
Of course, footballers weren't the only ones doing fine work.
With nearly every major event, memes swept the Internet in typically hilarious fashion.
Here we present the best.
The Netherlands provided the first shock of the tournament, opening their World Cup with a 5-1 win over defending champions Spain.
Robin van Persie scored an early candidate for goal of the tournament with an acrobatic headed equaliser.
In the aftermath, the scene was immortalised.
Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa put in an incredible shift in a 0-0 draw against Brazil, and his exploits gave him hero status.
American Tim Howard got the Ochoa treatment after an incredible display against Belgium in the round of 16, as #ThingsTimHowardCouldSave exploded.
How Suarez sees every opponent's jersey: pic.twitter.com/oPgEPL9n38— DJ Gallo (@DJGalloEtc) June 24, 2014
Luis Suarez was vilified by memes after he bit Italy's Giorgio Chiellini.
Jaws 3 starring Luis Suarez pic.twitter.com/gSzgUffl9K— Martin Thomas (@m4rtinthomas) June 24, 2014
It was really a promo for Luis Suarez's new children's game. pic.twitter.com/w6JJddj5zx— Pierre The Pelican (@PelicanPierre) June 24, 2014
The Luis Suarez biopic is gonna be awesome: pic.twitter.com/hdFxFN44OR— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) June 24, 2014
WATCH: One of the best counterattacks you will see at this World Cup as Valbuena nets France's 3rd goal http://t.co/FsJh8r6Hjj— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) June 20, 2014
Diminutive Frenchman Mathieu Valbuena hopped on Olivier Giroud's back after scoring France's third goal against Switzerland, and his height (lack of it) was greatly exaggerated.
Whenever Rodrigo Palacio appeared for Argentina, his rat tail was frequently given the Miley Cyrus-wrecking ball treatment.
Rodrigo Palacio's hair. pic.twitter.com/TCHEuHkYCi— (via @JonnyGabriel) (@JonnyGabriel) July 5, 2014
BREAKING: Live pictures from the back of Rodrigo Palacio's head. pic.twitter.com/1w59HPvQfQ— BBC Sporf (@BBCSporf) July 13, 2014
Klaas Jan Huntelaar's game-winning goal against Mexico produced one of the tournament's best celebrations, as his flying kick of the corner flag was pictured perfectly.
When images circulated of Dutch goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen appearing to take a seat against the goalpost (he was arranging the wall), the Internet had a ton of fun with it.
Images of Colombian star James Rodriguez went viral not long after he converted a penalty in the quarter-finals against Brazil with a giant bug on his arm.
James and the giant grasshopper pic.twitter.com/IFdEqgIlQG— Dan Rumens (@danrumens) July 4, 2014
Cillessen sat on the bug, too.
Amazing https://t.co/H5lO098hO4— Paul Davies (@psdavies) July 5, 2014
Argentina's Alejandro Sabella appeared to nearly pass out after a Gonzalo Higuain miss, and the moment was celebrated.
Sabella KO pic.twitter.com/kuoCESuPPt— Platea Norte Vélez (@PlateaNorteCAVS) July 5, 2014
*brb Just saw some Sabella memes & I have to change my underwear... 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/8QqDxaZlBx— Pedro Martins (@Pedge21) July 5, 2014
Sabella yo te vi bailando el limbo Jajajajajajajajajaja 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/W45ppji0a3— Lud♥ (@LudBieb) July 5, 2014
GRACIAS POR TANTO SABELLA pic.twitter.com/96wBuHfb0p— Paladar Negro (@PaladarNegroOK) July 5, 2014
Hoy leeremos ' El pequeño Sabella que hacía hihihihi' pic.twitter.com/X5QmnImSbV— Bebé Eructitos (@MikaaYasmin) July 5, 2014
¡¡No, no, Sabella, cuidadooo!! pic.twitter.com/mkp8ZdxH8z— Desmondo (@5thNovember1955) July 5, 2014