Uruguay v England: Photo gallery from World Cup Group D game

There are plenty of smiles from England's large travelling support before kick-off at Arena de Sao Paulo but will they still be in good spirits at the final whistle?
England fans, many of them wearing fancy dress, are confident the Three Lions can overcome Uruguay and register their first points in Group D
Uruguay fans are also in very good spirits ahead of the World Cup Group D game with England in Sao Paulo
On the field, it does not take long for Luis Suarez and Liverpool team-mate and England captain Steven Gerrard to become reacquainted. This is Suarez's first game since knee surgery last month
Wayne Rooney is winning his 94th cap for England but there is pressure on the Manchester United forward, who has not scored a goal at a World Cup finals. His frustration grows as Jose Maria Gimenez denies him a scoring chance
With the game goalless, Rooney is denied again when his close-range header hits the bar
England are made to pay for that miss as Suarez sends a well-placed header beyond the despairing dive of Joe Hart to give Uruguay the lead
A jubilant Suarez celebrates in trademark fashion by kissing his wrist, a sight Liverpool fans are used to seeing in happier circumstances
England manager Roy Hodgson (right) looks on glumly as his team stare a second straight World Cup defeat in the face
Uruguay go on the attack and look to kill the game off with a second goal but Suarez's strike partner Edinson Cavani fires wide
But just as things start to look bleak for England, up pops Rooney to turn in a Glen Johnson cross and score a timely first goal at a World Cup tournament
Rooney cannot contain his relief and delight. . . .
But with just six minutes to go, England's hopes of securing a point are shattered as Suarez pops up with his second goal
England keeper Hart is well beaten by the powerful finish
And England captain Steven Gerrard looks disconsolate as the final whistle blows, leaving England on the brink of a first group stage exit since 1958
Goal hero Suarez celebrates the 2-1 win with staff and team-mates
But it's a different story for England trio Gary Cahill, Leighton Baines and Gerrard, who know England's faint remaining hopes of a last-16 place could be ended on Friday