What does the England manager do with his keeper after terrible blunder?England goalkeeper Robert Green's goalkeeping error cancelled out Steven Gerrard's fourth minute opener in the World Cup opening 1-1 draw against the United States on Saturday night.
Green fumbled a weak shot from USA midfielder Clint Dempsey over his own goal-line, gifting the Fulham attacker the goal that drew the Americans level just before half-time.
Ahead of England's next match against Algeria in Cape Town next Friday, we are asking YOU if Green should remain the Three Lions' starter or does David James or Joe Hart need to replace him?
Green was chosen as the starter by Capello after a close three-way race between him, David James and Joe Hart in the lead-up to Saturday's opener against the USA, but after the West Ham goalkeeper's blunder questions will be asked whether or not the Italian chose the right man to start.
Even if Capello wishes to stick with Green, it could be too big a risk after such an egregious error as the memory of the mistake prays on his mind for the remainder of the tournament.
Perhaps Green deserves a chance to work hard in training and show that he deserves another chance to prove that he is the best choice to start against Algeria.
On the other hand, pulling Green from the line-up could have a detrimental effect on him, destroying his confidence and affecting morale throughout the whole of the squad, not to mention potentially casting Green on to the same international scrapheap as Scott Carson and Paul Robinson.
Despite the error against USA, is Green still the clear number one for England and does he still deserve to start ahead of James and Hart?
Weigh up the evidence, cast YOUR vote in the Goal.com UK poll and don't forget to leave your thoughts in our comment box below...