World Cup 2010: USA and England Through to Last-16, Relief Beyond Belief

England and the USA have progressed to the Last-16 of the 2010 World Cup after a Landon Donovan goal, in the 91st minute against Algeria, won the Group for the U.S.

Meanwhile Jermaine Defoe's early strike proved enough to gain second place for a nervous Three Lions as they edged past Slovenia 1-0.

The story of the night was Landon Donovan's heroic injury time winner, that put the U.S. through when all looked lost in the Loftus Versfield Stadium.

With England hanging on to a 1-0 lead, and both games moving into the phases, Team USA were in third position behind Fabio Capello's misfiring team, who were Group leaders for most of the afternoon, and Slovenia who were second on four points.

However, cometh the hour, cometh the man.

Jozy Altidore forced his way into a shooting position and fired home, but Mbouli proved equal to the effort, as he had been to all of Team USA's best chances.

The ball squirmed free to Donova...

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