Germany 4-1 England
Germany supporters had plenty to smile about, watching their team dismantle England in Bloemfontein.
England fans enthusiastically display their war paint ahead of the game; 90 minutes later they would be devastated.
Germany players get motivated by huddling before kick-off.
Miroslav Klose keeps his cool to slot home Germany's opener after a defensive mix-up.
Klose celebrates the strike that puts Joachim Low's side 1-0 up against their old rivals.
Lukas Podolski battled hard against Glen Johnson, showing an impressive work-rate throughout the game.
Another defensive lapse from England allows Podolski to double Germany's lead from a tight angle.
England captain Steven Gerrard attempts to tackle Germany skipper Philipp Lahm.
Defender Matthew Upson rises highest to head Steven Gerrard's cross past Manuel Neuer and bring the score back to 2-1.
Upson and his England team-mates celebrate what would prove to be just a consolation.
Frank Lampard's shot lands over the line but, unlike in the 1966 final, the England goal is not awarded.
Frank Lampard is in disbelief that the assistant referee did not see his shot had crossed the line.
Man of the Match Thomas Muller delivers a hammer blow to England with Germany's third goal.
After putting Germany 4-1 up Muller celebrates with his team-mates with the result beyond doubt.
Germany players celebrate a famous win - their biggest ever competitive victory over England.
The England players look disconsolate after the embarassing second round defeat eliminates them.