England's Wayne Rooney stands on the pitch following Uruguay's 2-1 victory over England in the Group D World Cup match between Uruguay and England. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
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Man-of-the-match Luis Suarez, back from injury and the focus of intense media attention in the buildup to a game both sides desperately needed to win, scored twice to put England on the brink of elimination from Group D.Both goals underlined his attacking brilliance -- peeling off a defender for a well directed header in the first half, and rifling an angled shot past Joe Hart after a speedy run on goal in the second. But England will feel both goals could have been prevented.For the first, central defender Phil Jagielka allowed the prolific striker to lose him and get a free header on goal.A clearance from Uruguay keeper Fernando Muslera brushed England captain Steven Gerrard's head, ensuring that Suarez beyond him was onside.This time it was Cahill who was flat-footed and ignoring the most basic rules of center-back play, leaving the most deadly finisher in the English Premier League a free run on goal, and his sizzling strike was simply too hot for Hart to handle.
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