A selection of the best photos from the World Cup in South Africa with England torturing their fans in another draw in Cape Town.
David Cameron, looking less smug than normal, shares a fond embrace
with Nelson Mandela before telling the former South Africa President
how he used to watch Gary Waddle and Chris Lineker play in his dorm at
This fan has got things sorted in the Green Point stadium, with a
nifty piece of kit to keep her thirst quenched. Even more impressive is
the bottle of gin sellotaped on to the back of the helmet.
As the old saying goes, 'The best way to celebrate a goalless draw
with England is to wave flags in cowboy hats on the top of a Citroen
Saxo.' These lads do exactly that!
The Princes watch on in unveiled dismay as England frustrate their fans royally in Cape Town. William looks to be modelling for Esquire magazine, but is equally as troubled as Harry, who has to shield his eyes from another Emile Heskey shinner.
Wayne Rooney provides the fans with an impromptu video blog as he recounts his assessment of the team's skint and supportive followers. How considerate of him.
Quite frankly, Majid Bougherra should not have been standing there as James adopts the Harold Schumacher approach to dealing with a loose ball.
This shot from Algeria's Hassan Yebda drifted over England's crossbar, which was a good job considering that goalkeeper David James was busy using it as a climbing frame to rattle through his daily allocation of chin ups.
They're all at it now: Bougherra, Rooney and, more justifiably Ouheb Mbouli, all look to tip the ball over the Algeria crossbar. Well, it seems to be the case, at least.
Five England stars are joined by Sacha Baron Cohen's dubious character Bruno in the wall, and Wayne Rooney is quite right to protect his manhood and close his eyes.
A rather special looking Fabio Capello puts up the scissors but, as everyone knows, Algeria coach Rabah Saadane (just out of shot) wins by going for the rock.