Millions of England fans are waking up disappointed after the squad drew 1-1 in their opening World Cup match against the USA in Rustenburg.
It all started so well - with captain Steven Gerrard giving England an early lead just four minutes into the game.
But five minutes before half-time US player Clint Dempsey took a poor shot at the goal - and it trickled past England keeper Robert Green.
The game finished 1-1. England now face Algeria on June 18 in Cape Town.
Robert Green said he knows millions of England fans are disappointed with him - but will try and move on from the mistake.
England boss Fabio Capello said knows Green blundered - but he also made a crucial save later on in the match.
Players celebrate after captain Steven Gerrard gives England an early lead.
Thousands miss goal
People watching the match on ITV's high-definition channel missed England's only goal in the match after a cut to an early advert break - just seconds before Gerrard's goal.
ITV has apologised, saying that a transmission problem temporarily affected the HD service.
In other results, South Korea beat Greece 2-0 and Argentina beat Nigeria 1-0.