Hazard: We Must Learn From This
Belgium winger, Eden Hazard, expressed his disappointment at being eliminated but insists they need to look to the future.
The Red Devils' tournament came to end after Gonzalo Higuain's solitary strike condemed the Belgians to a 1-0 defeat.
However, Hazard, who has failed to impress at this year's World Cup believes they could have done better.
"The early goal was a big blow," said Hazard
"I'm very disappointed, but we've still had a very good World Cup – we achieved our original objective, after all.
"We need to make our interactions more automatic, and to do so we'll just have to knuckle down in training.
"I know that we could have done much better, but we need to keep our heads up."
But the Chelsea winger insists they must learn from this experience.
He added: "We were taught a useful lesson, and it'll be up to us to learn from it.
"We've got a young, highly talented team. We need to look to the future. We've already done really well to get this far."