Late win over Tunisia a 'huge moment' for England

Harry Kane

Harry Kane

While numerous chances went begging against Tunisia on Monday, Kane was the one who kept his nerve, the striker scoring twice in a 2-1 victory.

The Tottenham striker headed an injury-time victor to earn a 2-1 victory for England in their first World Cup match on Monday, having earlier opened the scoring with an 11th-minute volley.

At a time when big guns like Germany and Brazil have already dropped points at the tournament, it was pleasing to see England get off to winning ways against the top-ranked African nation.

That's some turnaround, especially as Maguire only made his worldwide debut last October and plays for a team that hovered in the middle of the Premier League for most of last season. I want to be up there with the best in the world. "But I believe the best teams in the world have that belief in what they are doing and in the end they break teams down".

"England are a big team with very good players but we will try to win".

Alli, with just two goals in 26 matches for England, also needs to raise his game for his country and show the form he displays regularly for Tottenham.

"I think we deserved the win", he said.

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"It is created to enable (manager Gareth) Southgate to select more attack-minded, technical players with the added protection of three centre-backs and a holding midfielder".

It was from Maguire's headed pass that the other Harry - Kane that is - nodded in for England's victor in stoppage time. - The 44,000-seater stadium will host four World Cup matches.

"To be the best player in the world you have to aim high and you can't aim low".

But it was a good result, and we should not take it for granted - we have only won our opening game at a World Cup on three occasions in the past nine times we have qualified.

Panama will be a chance for further goals Watch the reaction of England fans to Harry Kane's last-gasp victor against Tunisia.

And they are firm favourites to beat minnows Panama before the Group G decider against Belgium. I would rather come here, attack it and score goals. "We have not done well in recent years, so there is not much else that could go wrong".

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