Biden celebrates Team USA win: "They did it. God love 'em."
US President Joe Biden celebrated team USA's win telling reporters, "USA, USA, that's a big game man!"
"Well I spoke to the coach and the players and said, 'You can do it this' ... they did it. God love 'em," the President continued in a video tweeted by the US Men's National Soccer Team shortly after the team's 1-0 victory over Iran.
Watch the moment:
4:40 p.m. ET, November 29, 2022
USMNT thanks fans: "We felt the unwavering support"
The US Men's National Soccer Team thanked fans following their historic win over Iran.
"At home and in Qatar, you were with us all in 99+ minutes tonight. We felt the love," USMNT tweeted.
Team USA will advance to the knockout stage of the World Cup after the Americans defeated Iran 1-0
View their reaction, below:
4:45 p.m. ET, November 29, 2022
Iranian player after disappointing loss: "I hope our fans and our people in Iran, they forgive us"
From CNN's Kevin Dotson
Following his team's 1-0 loss to the United States, Iran midfielder Saeed Ezatolahi was emotional and apologetic.
Speaking after the disappointing loss, Ezatolahi said, “I’m really sorry on behalf of our players, our group, that we couldn’t get our opportunity to qualify for the next round. Life and football is going on, and that can be a good lesson for us, at least for the young players like me for the future. So I hope our fans and our people in Iran, they forgive us. And I feel just sorry, that’s it.”
4:43 p.m. ET, November 29, 2022
Iranian manager says "the dream is over"
Following his team's 1-0 loss to the United States, Iran manager Carlos Queiroz said "the dream is over."
Queiroz, speaking right after the final whistle said, "The first half was US and the second half Iran. The difference (was) we didn't score in the second half as we should. But, the dream is over.
"Now, it's thinking about the next step for Iran."
4:15 p.m. ET, November 29, 2022
USA advances to the knockout stage with 1-0 victory over Iran
The United States punched its ticket to the round of 16 with a 1-0 victory over Iran.
The US opened the scoring in the 38th minute. Midfielder Weston McKennie lofted a pinpoint cross to a streaking Sergino Dest who headed into the path of Pulisic who bravely scored.
Pulisic and Iranian keeper Ali Beiranvand collided after the ball found the back of the net with the American lying on the ground in discomfort for minutes. Pulisic needed assistance to leave the field but did return to action.
Pulisic was substituted at half. US coach Gregg Berhalter told the FOX Sports sideline reporter that Pulisic suffered an abdominal injury.
It took a ton of gutsy defending by the USA in the second half — including seeing out nine minutes of stoppage time — to preserve their slim lead and get over the mark.
Iran did have a chance at goal late in the game but the US were able to clear the line.
Where things stand: The USA finishes second in Group B and will face the Netherlands on Saturday. England finishes atop the group after they battered Wales today, 3-0.
The US Men's National Soccer Team celebrated the victory on Twitter:
CNN's David Close contributed reporting to this post.
3:56 p.m. ET, November 29, 2022
England advances to the knockout stage after soundly beating Wales 3-0
It's full time and England has advanced to the knockout round of the World Cup.
England dominated possession throughout the match and comfortably defeated Wales after scoring 3 goals within 18 minutes in the second half.
The Dragons did not show much evidence of being able to withstand the English onslaught, making only seven shots on goal while their neighbors had 18 attempts.
They included 2 goals from Marcus Rashford and one from Phil Foden.
Wales is out of the World Cup.
England advances to the knockout stage, where it will face Senegal, the African team that booked its berth earlier on Tuesday.
3:47 p.m. ET, November 29, 2022
USA's Sargent subbed out after collision
Team USA's Haji Wright was substituted in after Josh Sargent collided with an Iranian player.
USA goalscorer Christian Pulisic was also substituted out at the half after a collision.
Team USA, currently leading Iran 1-0, needs a win to advance to the knockout stage of the World Cup.
3:38 p.m. ET, November 29, 2022
Rashford delivers his second goal, giving England a comfortable 3-0 lead
Marcus Rashford scored his second goal of the day against Wales, displaying some nimble footwork in the penalty box before shooting the ball underneath goalkeeper Danny Ward.
The score in the 68th minute came following a sweet pass from Kalvin Phillips.
England 3-0 Wales
3:21 p.m. ET, November 29, 2022
Foden follows Rashford to get a second goal for England!
Two minutes after Marcus Rashford's goal, fellow midfielder Phil Foden scored England's second goal, which came via an assist from Harry Kane.