England v USA: It's reckoned that England are second only to South Africa in the number of fans attending the World Cup, and thousands flood the fields around the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenberg at sunset
No foreign manager has ever guided a national side to World Cup glory but Fabio Capello, in charge of his first game in the tournament, is the focus of press attention and may prove to be England's greatest asset
Steven Gerrard, England's captain after Rio Ferdinand's injury, works himself free in the fourth minute to pick up Emile Heskey's subtle lay-off and give his side the lead
Cue the England celebrations as the team surround skipper Steven Gerrard in the midst of wild scenes among the red-and-white faithful at the Bakofeng Stadium in Rustenburg
The United States man-mark Wayne Rooney, leaving space in England's attack to play some attractive, one-touch football, though Clint Dempsey and Jozy Altidore are also finding a fair share of the ball
One man making the most of the space available is Glen Johnson down the England right and his cross sees US goalkeeper Tim Howard go in bravely to deny Heskey
But England's lead is wiped out by an horrific error by keeper Robert Green, who fails to get his body behind a tame long-ranger from US midfielder Clint Dempsey, allowing the ball to spill loose and into the net
And the West Ham keeper can barely hide his despair as the severity of his error sinks in, with former captain John Terry left to trudge back to the centre circle.
England forge on in the second half, but despite creating a number of chances - including a headed effort by Wayne Rooney from Steven Gerrard's cross - they cannot level
It means England's Group C opener against the United States ends in a 1-1 draw, leaving Fabio Capello's side with it all to do in their remaning group games against Algeria and Slovenia
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