England suffered World Cup heartbreak with an embarrassing 1-4 second round defeat at the hands of old foes Germany in a classic and controversial match which brought back memories of the 1966 final, here today.They have set up a quarterfinal clash with Argentina, who beat Mexico 3-1 in an ill-tempered match in Johannesburg.Mueller scores, Lampard deniedThomas Mueller scored a double in the 67th and 70th minutes after Miroslav Klose (20th) and Lukas Podolski (32nd) had made it 2-0 for Germany. Matthew Upson pulled one back for England in the 37th minute in a round of 16 match at Free State Stadium here.England were denied a clear goal in the 38th minute when they were down 1-2 with a Frank Lampard thundering shot hitting the underside of the crossbar before falling well beyond the goal-line but the referee did not award it a goal.Uruguayan referee Jorge Larrionda not awarding the goal might have erased the 44-year-old agony of the Germans who still rued that extra-time controversial goal by Geoff Hurst in the 1966 final at Wembley to give England their only World Cup triumph.But today, Joachim Loew’s men did more than enough to show that they were the far better side despite the mistake by the referee.Germany meet the winner of the round of 16 match between Argentina and Mexico in the quarterfinal.The hole in the England central defence left by the injury of Rio Fernandes came to haunt England with Matthew Upson who filled in the shoes of the Manchester United stopper being outrun and outmuscled by Miroslav Klose in the 20th minute.advertisementGerman keeper Manuel Neuer’s goalkick sailed over John Terry’s head and Klose, who returned after serving a one match suspension, got the better of Upson before coolly poking past an advancing David James.The strike gave Klose his 50th international goal, the second highest for any German after the great goal-poacher Gerd Mueller.Klose could have scored his second goal in the 31st minute but his right-footer inside the England box after being fed by Thomas Mueller was brilliantly blocked by James.Next minute, Germany doubled the lead from a move initiated by Klose. A clever flick from Klose found Mueller inside the England box with no defenders around. Mueller released the ball for Lukas Podolski whose left-footer from near the left edge of the six-yard box went past keeper James into the net.A stunned England regrouped and needed five minutes to pull one back with Upson making amends of his defensive sloppiness against Klose by outjumping his marker to connect a Steven Gerrard aerial pass into the German net in the 37th minute. .Next minute, the memories of the classic 1966 World Cup final between the two sides at Wembley in London returned but this time it was England who were at the receiving end.Frank Lampard’s fierce and dipping shot from outside the box beat German keeper Manuel Neuer, bounced off the underside of the bar and fell well beyond the goal-line but the referee Larrionda did not award a goal.Television replays clearly showed that the ball had crossed the goal-line but apparently the line assistant could not run down the touchline when the ball hit the ground beyond the goal-line.Seven minutes after resumption, England were denied the equaliser by the woodwork with Frank Lampard’s free-kick from around 30 yards beat the German keeper but still found the crossbar on the way.Germany added two goals in the space of three minutes — both from fast counter-attacks exposing the slowing legs of England players whose average age was more than 29 as compared to 25 of the Germans.Lampard’s 67th minute free-kick from outside the German box rebounded from a defender and in an amazingly swift counter-attack, the ball landed on Bastian Schweinsteiger’s legs.Schweinsteiger, who was declared fit at the eleventh hour, then broke down the left and sent a precise low cross for Muller, who outran two England defenders, to fire past keeper James to his left post net.Three minutes later, Muller made it 4-1 from another swift German counterattack. Instead of Schweinsteiger, this time it was Mesut Oezil who gave the pass from the left for Mueller to blast it into the England net.England captain Steven Gerrard made a late attempt to reduce the margin but his 81st minute strike was pushed away for a corner by German keeper Manuel Neuer.Tevez puts Argentina in the quartersIn Johannesburg, Carlos Tevez struck twice as Argentina crushed Mexico 3-1. Tevez’s first goal in the 26th minute was off-side, but the referee failed to spot it much to the anguish of the Mexicans.advertisementGonzalo Higuain made the score 2-0 when a Mexican defender accidentally passed him the ball near the goal.At half-time players from both sides exchanged heated words as they headed off the turf. The referees and support staff had to step in to separate the two sides.After the break, Tevez scored a scorching right-footer that flew past Mexican goalkeeper Oscar Perez’s left.Javier Hernandez struck a consolation goal for the frustrated Mexicans.