Jesse Pinkman, or rather, Aaron Paul, said on his Twitter account that he is sorry for the defeat of the Mexican team 2-1 to the Netherlands. The Breaking Bad actor wrote in a previous tweet that Robben gave an Oscar-worthy performance in diving in the penalty area, which gave the penalty against the tricolor: "I mean my good god give him all of the awards. I love you ! Sorry you got robbed in such a huge way " He also posted a vide of the now infamous dive.

The moment in question refers to an incident in injury time, when Mexico and the Netherlands were tied a goal apiece: the referee signaled a penalty for an alleged Dutch foul on Rafael Márquez. Klass Jan Huntelaar was responsible for scoring the penalty that gave the victory to the Dutch. Marquez denied having touched Robben in the final stretch of the game and assured that the Dutch player himself told him that the supposed foul was no such thing. 

The Mexican national team has placed among the top 16 teams in theWorld Cup since the 1994 U.S. Championship, starring in dramatic duels in the second round where El Tri ends up knocked out. Hopes were high in thisWorld Cup and with good reason - the draw against Brazil and the win over Croatia both seemed to herlad a new era in Mexican football. However, the Netherlands' continues a sad trend of second round defeats for El Tri.