Yes, the folks at legofussball.eu - who recreate highlight reels of major European soccer leagues in Legos - are hard at work with the World Cup, including this clip of the USAv. England match. (Also online: the Germany-Australia blowout, but without the Aussie red card, and the South Africa-Mexico match.)
We sure hope GWEN STEFANI wasn't rooting for US Soccer today -- or else she might need a restraining order. Seems Mr. Gwen doesn't take kindly to anyone poking fun at his native England's footballers.
Just after Bill Buckner let in the weakest goal in World Cup history, GAVIN ROSSDALE took to Twitter to bemoan the play of the UK squad: "What will we do against a good team?????? No flow,no team play.
Yes, the 2010 World Cup will be remembered as soccer's American television breakthrough. But thanks to USA v. England, the 2010 World Cup will also be remembered as BILL BUCKNER's English television breakthrough.
The ball had barely trickled over the goal line -- via a weak, two-hop grounder off the toes of CLINT DEMPSEY and a brief encounter with the oily gloves of England goat goaltender ROBERT GREEN -- when ESPN commentator MIKE TIRICO reached into his bag of fail .