This has been an unbelievable World Cup this year, and although the US lost against Belgium in an intense 2-1 match on Tuesday, June 1, the team’s efforts are worth noting, especially goalkeeper’s Tim Howard’s. His brilliant performance broke records of most saves in a World Cup match since 1966 with 16, and the internet is making sure this historic moment remains alive in everyone’s minds. The hashtag #ThingsTimHowardCouldSave has been making rounds online ever since the game ended, and the results are hilarious.

Howard’s Wikipedia page was even edited giving him a new role as the Secretary of Defense of the United States, and Wikipedia founder, Jimmy Wales tweeted that although he does not approve of vandalizing entries, he thought the changes were “exquisite.” Howard was asked after the game what it felt like to be under constant assault throughout the match and his answer was simple and poignant: “…at some point the levy was going to break.”

“It was heartbreaking,” Howard continued. “I don’t think we could have given anything more. What a great game of football. We left it all out there and got beat by a really good team. It’s heartache. It hurts.” Although the US didn’t make it to the quarterfinals, the team sure made an impression. Besides Howard, there was another record broken at the Fonte Nova arena in Salvador. USA’s only goal was scored by Julian Green. He became the only player in World Cup history to score a goal on his first ever touch, meaning this was Green’s first World Cup game, and he scored.

Scroll through our gallery above to see some of the funniest Tim Howard Memes using the hashtag #ThingsTimHowardCouldSave and the famous Wikipedia entry that was hilariously hacked!