Goal! Both England and the U.S. scored one goal each in their highly anticipated World Cup faceoff Saturday, the first in 60 years. In a group full of leaders (nine of the 23 players on the English team have been team captains at some point), England’s captain Steven Gerrard led his team to an early fourth-minute advance by scoring the first goal. The ball barely slipped from U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard’s gloves. The U.S. came back in the 40th minute of the game when Clint Dempsey scored in another close call, just bouncing of England’s Robert Green’s hand. Dempsey now holds the distinction of being only the second American to score in two World Cups, alongside Brian McBride.