The troubling messages come days after similar ones aimed at Carlos Sanchez who picked a red card within just three minutes into Colombia's group stage tie against Japan.
England substitute Dier missed the best chance of the extra period when he headed over the bar but he made up for it in emphatic fashion with the winning penalty in the shootout.
Colombia coach Jose Pekerman had said after the game that England players "fall in the box" and claimed there was "confusion" over the amount of physical contact tolerated at set-pieces.
Appearing visibly disturbed by some of what went on, we may be waiting for the first run of autobiographies from some of this young team to get a clearer idea of what was going on beyond the immediate grasp of the viewers.
"Manager Gareth Southgate did not want the moment to pass and, although he hopes there are more times like this with his squad, he wanted them all to recognise their achievements".
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"The game was so unusual", Stones said in a news conference.
The Golden Boot victor at the 2014 World Cup lasted only 30 minutes in their 1-0 victory over Senegal that saw them advance through the group stage.
"I think the most important thing is to keep creating possibilities without losing possession". It was a full four minutes before the captain was able to step up to the spot as the South American players harangued the American referee Mark Geiger.
Football's world governing body added it was "extremely sorry" to read the comments from "a player who has written the history of our game".
He should also be given credit for insisting his players practice penalties, even bringing in a psychologist to help them, after a succession of his predecessors wrote the whole process off as a lottery beyond their control.
"Penalty shootouts are lot about mentality and obviously we know England in the past haven't done great", Kane said. This is very hard to accept.
"I thought we did brilliant because we kept a cool head and we have not been dragged into it".