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Mistakes spell end of tournament for two officials.

FIFA have dropped calamitous referee Jorge Larrionda from their World Cup 2010 roster after he controversially ruled out Frank Lampard's goal-bound effort at the weekend.

Larrionda, and linesman Mauricio Espinosa, were at the center of controversy during England's 4-1 second round defeat to Germany after they incorrectly denied Fabio Capello's team an equaliser. The oversight has re-opened the debate about video technology and launched a number of attacks on the governing body's decision not to consider systems such as Hawk-Eye before.

Italian referee Roberto Rosetti has also failed to make the cut after he allowed Carlos Tevez's opening goal in Argentina's 3-1 last 16 victory against Mexico despite him being in an offside position. English referee Howarb Webb, plus assistants Darren Cannon and Michael Mullarkey, have been retained, however.