England's departure was a very flat one in the second half, although I think they did very well to get to this stage and it was a bonus to reach the quarter-finals.
It was all going to plan for 44 minutes and I was very comfortable with what I had seen and how England were coping with Brazil - but it was the timing of the goal that did it for Sven-Goran Eriksson's men.
In the space of five minutes England had gone from 1-0 up to 2-1 down, a real setback against any team, let alone one of the calibre of Brazil.
Michael Owen scored with a fantastic finish, and while England will look at Brazil's sloppy equaliser and regret a few things that happened, it was a great goal.
Ronaldinho's skill was brilliant in the way he showed pace and balance, beat Ashley Cole then set up Rivaldo for an exquisite finish.
David Seaman was obviously devasted to be beaten by Ronaldinho's free-kick for the winner, but it was the sort of freak incident that can happen in football.