On Friday, Team Great Britain\u2019s women\u2019s football team was eliminated from the Tokyo Olympics after a tough defeat by Australia 4-3 - despite Ellen White\u2019s impressive hat trick in the quarter-finals.White later took to her Twitter to express her pride in playing with the team, alongside a photo of her looking crushed.\u201cThe pride I feel being a part of this team is beyond words! And to have represented @TeamGB at #tokyo2020 was an honour \u0026 a privilege! Thank you for the support,\u201d she wrote.[twitter_embed https://twitter.com/ellsbells89/status/1421160950657212418 expand=1]Team GB also penned a heartfelt message about the upset.\u201cThe passion and the pride. They gave it everything,\u201d they wrote.[twitter_embed https://twitter.com/TeamGB/status/1421100768950693892 expand=1]Inspired by the sweet messages, people took to the comments to express how proud they were of how far the team came despite the loss.\u201cWe\u2019re so, so proud of you all,\u201d someone wrote.\u201cUnlucky to lose that girls, less said about referee decisions the better. \u201cWell done for all your efforts!\u201d another added.Others took to the comments to hold her head high and that she should be proud of herself. Check out the responses below.[twitter_embed https://twitter.com/MarkWhetter68/status/1421183278527221765 expand=1][twitter_embed https://twitter.com/lorrain67181447/status/1421184567420014600 expand=1][twitter_embed https://twitter.com/amiemetcalfe/status/1421168288273518595 expand=1][twitter_embed https://twitter.com/CarolBates/status/1421192762171568133 expand=1][twitter_embed https://twitter.com/Glen_Naylor/status/1421193328364867585 expand=1]Team GB got off to a good start but faltered as Alanna Kennedy took the lead 10 minutes before the break.White equalised with a looping header in the second half and a second \u2013 her fifth of the tournament - which came nine minutes later to completely turn the game around.But Australia refused to give up as Kerr exposed weak defence in the 89th minute with a clean finish to deny Hege Riise\u2019s side.Ellie Carpenter fouled Nikita Parris five minutes into extra time, and a disputed penalty was awarded, but Teagan Micah saved Weir\u2019s kick.Mary Fowler scored for Australia minutes later with a deflected shot, and Kerr added her second at the start of the second half of extra-time before White finished her a hat trick.Advancing to the next game, team Australia will now compete against Sweden, who beat Japan 3-1 in the semi-finals on Monday.