A stoppage-time header from two-goal Harry Kane gave England a 2-1 win over Tunisia in their opening World Cup Group G match on Monday.
A 35th minute Ferjani Sassi penalty had cancelled out Kane's 11th minute opener.
A penalty scored by Sassi for Tunisia making it 1-1 at 35 minutes pic.twitter.com/ZEHDybuUXg— GamingNetwork (@GameNetwork101) 18 June 2018
After the break, England, who had wasted several good chances in the first half, struggled to break down the deep defending African side.
But from a Kieran Trippier corner, a glancing header from Harry Maguire found Kane at the back post and he nodded home to give England a winning start.
Mr Tottenham Hotspur, captain and ‘four season wonder’ Harry Kane delivering for England to salvage the game against Tunisia.— Last Word On Spurs???? (@LastWordOnSpurs) 18 June 2018
Now maybe now the whole of the country will start to recognise he’s one of the best strikers in the world. #WorldCup#THFC #COYSpic.twitter.com/CAtJyQxnoJ
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