Luis Suarez helped Uruguay to a crucial 2-1 victory over England in a pivotal Group D clash that keeps the South Americans' hopes of progressing alive, while putting England's in serious, serious doubt.
England sit on no points through two matches, now will have to beat Costa Rica in their final match and hope Italy defeat the Costa Ricans and Uruguay while advancing on goal differential.
It was Suarez who put Uruguay in front first with a excellently taken header that beat Joe Hart in the 39th minute.
Wayne Rooney finally scored his first World Cup goal for England, hitting the all-important equaliser for the Three Lions after getting on the end of a perfect Glen Johnson pass in the 75th minute.
Suarez again struck in the 85th minute, breaking the hearts of England fans with a powerfully taken shot to put Uruguay on top 2-1.
Uruguay goalkeeper Fernando Muslera denied Rooney from close range in the 56th minute with a top-class save.
Rooney had the chance to give England the lead in the first half but failed to keep his headed effort down.
Rooney had another fantastic chance, but his free-kick went narrowly wide in the 10th minute.
Uruguay held on to defeat England 2-1.
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