England beat Tunisia 2-1 and Harry Kane was the saviour
Harry Kane was the hero of England’s opening World Cup match against Tunisia. He scored, when the team needed a goal in one of the most irritating games of the tournament.
England beat Tunisia with a score of 2-1 and Kane scored both goals in 11th and 92nd minute. Throughout the night, the Gareth Southgate’s team was frustrated by the opponents, but they finally find a winner in the dying minutes. Earlier it looked easy for England when they scored in the 11th minutes. The opening goal was canceled by Ferjani Sassi, after Kyle Walker deliberately made a foul in the penalty area. Walker was lucky that he avoid a sent off, as it was totally unprofessional. Sassi made no mistake and canceled the opening goal of Kane.
Frustrating Second Half
The second half was not much eventful for the English side, until Kane produced a late finish to build something for the team. The dramatic injury-time victory gave England a lot of confidence, as it seems good to secure a place in the last-16.
Kane can produce something extraordinary
England’s opening game started positively. Ashley Young took the corner in the first half and John Stones produced a powerful header that was saved by Tunisian goalkeeper Hassen, but the ball landed at the captain’s feet, who converted it in the net without making any mistake. It seems Kane can produce something extraordinary for the team, as he need no second chances at this biggest tournament of football.
In other matches, Belgium beat lowly Panama and Sweden beat South Korea at the scores of 3-0 and 1-0, respectively. It is hard to predict, which team is favorite in the mega tournament, as all of the countries are playing with their full efforts.