Updated below In early action in today's USA-Algeria game at the 2010 World Cup, there's still no score. If the United States wins, they will advance to the next round. Algeria had an early chance to score, but Rafik Djebbour's shot went off the crossbar. And, in a repeat of the USA-Slovenia tie, another United States goal was disallowed by the referees. They claimed that Clint Dempsey was offside before scoring. Replays showed that Dempsey was onside when he received the pass. Jozy Altidore had a chance to score in the 37th minute into what was essentially an open net, but his shot sailed well over the goal.

Updated: One minute into injury time, Landon Donovan scores a goal to put the United States up 1-0 against Algeria. The win, the first one for the Americans in the tournament, makes the United States the #1 team coming out of Group C. The team went from being eliminated to group winners just like that. Advancing from Group C with the United States is England, who won their game against Slovenia, 1-0. It's the first time since 1930 that the United States wins a group at the World Cup.

The United States moves onto the Round of 16 to face Ghana, the runner-up in Group D on Saturday at 2:30 ET.

Here's Landon Donovan's game-winning, tournament-saving goal:

And the disallowed goal that would have put the United States up 1-0 in the first half: