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Arena Corinthians

Thursday, June 19th, 2014

kickoff at 16:00

World Cup - Group D
Attendance: 62,575
 

England

Uruguay
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2

Wayne Rooney (75)
 
Luis Suárez (39, 85)

Steven Gerrard (68)
 
Diego Godín (9)
     
     

Managers
View complete set Roy Hodgson

Players
 
ENGLAND
 
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 01  Joe Hart (G)
Cap number 43
Manchester City
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 02  Glen Johnson (D)
Cap number 54
Liverpool
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 03  Leighton Baines (D)
Cap number 26
Everton
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 05  Gary Cahill (D)
Cap number 26
Chelsea
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 06  Phil Jagielka (D)
Cap number 28
Everton
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 04  Steven Gerrard (Capt.) (M)
Cap number 113
Liverpool
 68
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 14  Jordan Henderson (M)
Cap number 13
Liverpool
 87
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 19  Raheem Sterling (M)
Cap number 6
Liverpool
 64
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 09  Daniel Sturridge (F)
Cap number 14
Liverpool
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 10  Wayne Rooney (F)
Cap number 94
Manchester United
 75
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 11  Danny Welbeck (F)
Cap number 26
Manchester United
 71

Subs
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 20  Adam Lallana (M)
Cap number 8
Southampton
 71
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 21  Ross Barkley (M)
Cap number 8
Everton
 64
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 18  Rickie Lambert (F)
Cap number 7
Liverpool
 87
URUGUAY
 
1Fernando Muslera
22Martín Cáceres
6Álvaro Pereira
3Diego Godín (Capt.) 9
13José María Giménez
20Álvaro González
7Cristian Rodríguez 90
8Egidio Arévalo
9Luis Suárez 88 (39) (85)
21Edinson Cavani
14Nicolás Lodeiro 67

Subs
11Christian Stuani 67
4Jorge Fucile 79
19Sebastián Coates 88
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England v Uruguay Uruguay v England Team badge of Uruguay Uruguay 2 Suárez 39′:::, 85′::: . Team badge of England England 1 Rooney 75′::: . FT 90 +6 HT 1-0 . Play mediaJump media playerMedia player helpOut of media player. Press enter to return or tab to continue.Suarez scores twice as England lose 2-1 at the World Cup 19 June 2014 Last changed at 22:28 Share this page ShareFacebookTwitter.print.. By Phil McNulty Chief football writer at Arena de Sao Paulo Story of the match: •England on verge of elimination •Suarez scores twice for Uruguay •Rooney equalises with 15 minutes left •England out unless Italy beat Costa Rica Luis Suarez left England on the brink of a World Cup exit as his brace gave Uruguay victory in Sao Paulo. The Liverpool striker was making his return after a month out following knee surgery - and it proved to be bad timing for England as his brilliance was the difference in a fiercely-fought encounter. Analysis Image of Rio Ferdinand Rio Ferdinand Former England captain The lads will be gutted. The second goal was a nightmare, a straight ball down the middle. It is schoolboyish. You have to make sure these things don''t happen. We got ourselves back in the game and I would have taken a point. It wasn''t to be at the end and we let ourselves down. Suarez put Uruguay ahead with a first-half header then scored a superb winner six minutes from time after Wayne Rooney''s first goal at a World Cup gave England hope of avoiding a second successive Group D loss. Defeat means the odds are now stacked against Roy Hodgson''s England escaping this tough group. They will be out unless Italy, who beat them in Manaus, defeat Costa Rica on Friday. England also need Italy to win their final game against Uruguay, which would then give them the chance of qualifying on goal difference if they beat Costa Rica next Tuesday. But for all the potential, a record of played two, lost two rarely adds up to anything other than elimination at the World Cup. No side have ever progressed after losing their first two matches. And what an anti-climax it will be for manager Hodgson and his players if England are left playing for nothing other than pride in their final group game in Belo Horizonte. Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez claimed Suarez would not be fully fit for the game against England after missing his country''s opening 3-1 defeat against Costa Rica. Play mediaJump media playerMedia player helpOut of media player. Press enter to return or tab to continue. Luis Suarez heads Uruguay in front against England Suarez may not have been, but he still possessed too much guile and menace for an England team who never built on the promise they showed in losing to Italy. Rooney struck the bar before he scored and was England''s main threat, but Uruguay - or to be more precise Suarez - produced the quality and clinical finishing that decides games such as this. As expected, Hodgson played Rooney in a more central role and moved Raheem Sterling wide, but England struggled to find the energy levels that had fuelled such a positive performance against Italy. Daniel Sturridge and Sterling could not pose the same threat as they had in Manaus either, Instead, it was Rooney who came closest, firing a first-half free-kick just inches wide and then powering a far-post header against the bar from one yard out. At the back, England looked nervous and were fortunate to survive when Phil Jagielka''s sliced clearance fell to Cristian Rodriguez, whose rising drive from the angle just cleared the bar with goalkeeper Joe Hart beaten. Play mediaJump media playerMedia player helpOut of media player. Press enter to return or tab to continue. Wayne Rooney equalises for England Uruguay were the more ordered side and their opening goal arrived from the most inevitable source seven minutes before half-time. Steven Gerrard conceded possession in midfield and, from Edinson Cavani''s perfect cross, Suarez pulled away from Jagielka to head past Hart. As England heads dropped, the former Ajax forward celebrated with the Uruguayan medical team who have nursed him back to fitness. England, as they did against Italy, responded strongly, forcing Uruguay keeper Fernando Muslera to block a Sturridge effort at his near post. In a chaotic start to the second half, Suarez was wasteful and Cavani was guilty of a bad miss. Rooney then found room in the area only eight yards out, but shot straight at Muslera. Hodgson, knowing what defeat would mean, made his first change after 64 minutes by sending on Ross Barkley for Sterling, who had struggled to impose himself on Uruguay as he had against the Italians. Play mediaJump media playerMedia player helpOut of media player. Press enter to return or tab to continue. Luis Suarez strike wins it for Uruguay England were moving into desperate times as the clock ran down - and it was Rooney who produced the goods with the equaliser 15 minutes from time, tapping in from close range from Glen Johnson''s perfect cross. Just as the momentum looked to be shifting towards England, Suarez was the tormentor again. He latched on to a long punt from Muslera, which Gerrard could only flick on with his head, and then steadied himself before rifling an unstoppable finish past Hart. It was the final word on this game - and probably on England''s 2014 World Cup hopes in Brazil. View more pictures of England''s defeat here. World Cup: England v Uruguay - Luis Suarez puts Uruguay 1-0 ahead England have conceded eight goals in their last three World Cup matches, as many as their previous 14 Wayne Rooney''s first goal at a World Cup finals put England level. Wayne Rooney''s first goal at a World Cup took him level with Michael Owen on 40 England goals World Cup: Uruguay v England - England fans Thousands of fans backed England, but it is the first time they have lost their first two World Cup games World Cup: England v Uruguay - Luis Suarez puts Uruguay 2-0 ahead Uruguay had two attempts on target in the match - and Luis Suarez scored with both World Cup: England v Uruguay - Luis Suarez and Steven Gerrard Uruguay ended a run of 15 matches without a win against European opposition at the World Cup Lineup, Bookings (2) & Substitutions (6) Uruguay 01 Muslera 20 González (Fucile - 78'' ) 06 Pereira 22 Cáceres 03 Godín Booked 13 Giménez 14 Lodeiro (Stuani - 67'' ) 17 Arévalo Rios 09 Suárez (Coates - 88'' ) 21 Cavani 07 Rodríguez Substitutes 02 Lugano 04 Fucile 05 Gargano 08 Hernández 10 Forlán 11 Stuani 12 Muñoz 15 Pérez 18 Ramírez 19 Coates 23 Silva England 01 Hart 02 Johnson 03 Baines 14 Henderson (Lambert - 87'' ) 05 Cahill 06 Jagielka 19 Sterling (Barkley - 64'' ) 04 Gerrard Booked 09 Sturridge 10 Rooney 11 Welbeck (Lallana - 71'' ) Substitutes 07 Wilshere 08 Lampard 12 Smalling 13 Foster 15 Oxlade-Chamberlain 16 Jones 17 Milner 18 Lambert 20 Lallana 21 Barkley 22 Forster 23 Shaw Ref: Carlos Velasco Carballo Att: 62,575
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England starting lineup vs Uruguay 2014:- Hart, Jagielka, Cahill, Johnson, Baines, Gerrard, Henderson, Sterling, Rooney, Sturridge, Welbeck Uruguay starting XI vs England WC 2014:- Muslera, Caceres, Godin, Pereira, Gimenez, Rodriguez, Gonzalez, Arevalo, Lodeiro, Suarez, Cavani Referee...Velasco...Goalscorer for England...Rooney, Goal scorer for Uraguay...Suarez (2)
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