Published: Tue, June 19, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Kane, Sterling start up front for England

Kane, Sterling start up front for England

VOLGOGRAD, RUSSIA-Twice wrestled to the ground during the match, England captain Harry Kane finally evaded the Tunisian defence just as time was running out. Winning the first game is always massive'.

Hopes for England were quietly growing before the Tunisia clash, with Gareth Southgate's side earning some praise for having a more understated approach than previous squads, but the end product was all too familiar.

When Walker's flailing arm caught Fakhreddine Ben Youssef, a penalty was awarded and Sassi slotted it in to equalize.

Jordan Henderson completed the 90 minutes as England began their World Cup campaign with a dramatic 2-1 win over Tunisia in Volgograd on Monday evening.

England defender Kyle Walker was bemused by the decision to give a penalty against him in the first half of the Three Lions' World Cup triumph over Tunisia.

Trippier's delivery was headed on to the unmarked Kane at the far post, and he made no mistake with a fine close-range header.

"If Harry Maguire plays, we need an improvement from the Costa Rica game".

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"I'm so proud of the lads", Kane said.

"The first half we should have been clear". With the "Fubo Premier" bundle, you will get access to all four of the World Cup soccer TV channels in most markets. "We kept our shape and "H" has done it again", he said, referring to Kane's double strike.

England pushed in search of regaining the lead throughout the second period - and they did so in the 91 minute when Kane glanced in the victor.

Alli had the first chance of the second half six minutes after the restart as his header was scooped out by Ben Mustapha.

Panama, who were beaten 3-0 by Belgium earlier, will be England's next opposition on Sunday.

England allowed carelessness to creep in at the back and offered a limited Tunisia team the chance to get back into a game they should have been out of within the opening half-hour.

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