Argentina 3-1 Mexico
Soccer City Stadium is a picture of passion during Argentina's victory over Mexico.
Mexico goalkeeper Oscar Perez removes paper from the pitch at the start of the match.
Carlos Tevez, who appeared to be offside, heads home the game's opening goal.
Tevez celebrates along with Angel Di Maria and Lionel Messi - who set up the goal.
Mexico and Argentina players surround the assistant referee, with the central Americans having good reason.
Italian referee Roberto Rosetti discusses the decision with the assistant in question, but the goal stands.
Gonzalo Higuain slides in Argentina's second to become the 2010 World Cup's leading scorer.
Higuain is ecstatic with his goal, which came from a terrible mistake by Ricardo Osorio.
Argentina boss Diego Maradona gesticulates wildly on the touchline.
Players from both teams clash at half-time, with the Mexicans still irate about the goal standing.
Carlos Tevez scores arguably the goal of the tournament with a rasping 25-yard strike to make it 3-0.
The Manchester City striker struggles to contain his excitement at putting the final nail in Mexico's coffin.
Argentina fans in Buenos Aires celebrate during their team's impressive performance.
Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez celebrates scoring a fantastic consolation goal.
The final whistle confirms that Argentina are through to the quarter-finals to face Germany.
Despite putting up a good fight, Argentina eliminate Mexico for the second successive tournament.