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England v USA, 2010 World Cup: In Pictures

 England v USA, 2010 World Cup: In Pictures

After what began as a brilliant start for England after Steven Gerrard scored the opener in three minutes, it looked as if it was going to be England’s night. But the US battled back, were fortunate that Robert Green spilled the ball into the net. And the rest is history.

At EPLTalk.com, we’ll bring you more coverage about this major event today. But for the time being, here are some great photographs from this match:

 England v USA, 2010 World Cup: In Pictures

 England v USA, 2010 World Cup: In Pictures

 England v USA, 2010 World Cup: In Pictures

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3 Responses to England v USA, 2010 World Cup: In Pictures

  1. H.Eskandari says:

    England always suffers from a bad goalkipper.

  2. McBride says:

    Gerrard is a fantastic player but he celebrates like a 9-year old girl.

  3. PHRANC says:

    in every world cup there are costly mistakes like green’s but please british media dont hang green. please somebody tell me did rooney play?

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