If you live in the UK then you will probably have seen this headline in your sunday morning papers, but the headline writers back in the UK have had a field day.
"The Hand of Clod" was used by both the News of the World and the Sunday Mirror, in a not so subtle reference to the "Hand of God" "goal" by Argentina's now coach, then star player, Diego Maradona which knocked England out of the Mexico World Cup in 1986.
The News of the World ran a sub-headline of "Shock 'N' Draw", and suggested "Rob still too Green for England", describing his "howler" as Yankee doddle to Yankee doodoo.
Even the stoic Sunday Times joined in. Under the headline "Green Fingers", and referencing the ongoing 'discussions' about the BP disaster, they claimed that Rob Green's gaff was "One disastrous spill the Yanks won't complain about."
The Daily Star went with "Rob-bish," and added him to an unfortunately growing list of England's Hall of Goalkeeping Horrors under the heading "Rob-bed of the Points."
The Mail On Sunday called it a "Calamity!", but considering David 'Calamity' James is Green's likely replacement should he be dropped, then I'm not too sure that was a good headline choice.
And summing up the likely wrath of the British public should that blunder go on to cause a swift English exit from South Africa, the Sunday Mirror suggested "God Save Our Green" might be a more suitable national anthem.