Kane to the rescue as England beat Tunisia

Kane to the rescue as England beat Tunisia

Kane to the rescue as England beat Tunisia

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And the captain's last-gasp victor after Ferjani Sassi had equalised with a dubious penalty sparked frantic scenes of celebration as England got their World Cup campaign off to a winning start.

The goal took a lot of the sting out of England's challenge, and although they dominated possession after the break, their attack was missing the thrust of the first half.

England left it, late with Kane snatching the victor in the 91 minute after heading home from close range following a flick-on from Harry Maguire at a corner-kick, 2-1.

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However, Tunisia drew level from the penalty spot 10 minutes before half-time when Ferjani Sassi converted from 12 yards.

Gareth Southgate's men continued to probe as the first-half progressed but Tunisia scored next after Kyle Walker fouled inside the penalty area.

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

Tunisia are making quite the surge in the world rankings, however I think this is one of the easier picks in the opening round of matches.

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Captain Kane chose not to highlight his own display, saying: 'It's massive, I'm so proud of the lads.

'Everyone, all the staff included, will be delighted and we'll get on that plane happy tonight'. I thought we played well, especially in the first half, ' said Kane.

England had started brightly in a blur of passing and movement and could have been two goals up inside the first four minutes. "We kept our shape and "H" has done it again", he said, referring to Kane's double strike. "They kept going, kept going to the last second".

Though the match was close, it didn't look like it would be early on as England got chance after chance. Hassen saved acrobatically but Kane was on hand to tap home the rebound with his right foot and open his World Cup account.

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