A selection of the best photos from Rustenburg as England got their World Cup campaign underway against the USA.
Team Bridge lives on as the USA fans let their views known loud and clear. No doubt Carlos Tevez would concur wholeheartedly.
Peter Crouch is all but a diminutive slacker to Oguchi Onyewu, who rose imperiously to head clear in what was one of the second half highlights in Rustenburg.
"Some mishaps slip through the net, Greeny. Head up son!" John Terry imparts some considered advice after being taunted by the USA 'Team Bridge' faction of the crowd.
A big screen was erected in the centre of Costa del Leeds which drew such a large crowd that even the Tracy's Tanning Tent regulars were present.
Jay DeMerit adopts the unconventional approach of closing one of Crouch's eyes in an attempt to impair the beanpole striker's vision. It worked!
This England fan is left to rue watching the match on ITV HD as he discovers how a Hyundai car has a better touch than Emile Heskey, with his plastic monstrosity of a hat only compounding the misery.
Clint Dempsey imagines he has just won the World Cup with a crowd-surfing celebration while USA coach Bob Bradley (far right) flatly refuses to get involved. He's more of a Coldplay kind of man.
Jozy Altidore attempts a world record-breaking leapfrog over the entire USA squad to add yet more glory to Dempsey's equaliser. Where's Kriss Akabusi when you need him?
Even the crouching tiger yoga pose cannot spare Green's blushes as Ledley 'that'll be my 45 minutes' King and Glen 'watch this Emile' Johnson watch on in unbridled horror.
Yep, back to Leeds. After leaving JJB Sports empty, this group of fans flocked to the city centre to celebrate Steven Gerrard's opening goal. If only their joy were not to be shortly extinguished.