Fans celebrate as England win World Cup opener

2018-06-19 08:35
Marcus Rashford (Supplied: Twitter)

Cape Town - Fans celebrate England's win against Tunisia in their 2018 Soccer World Cup opening match. Captain Harry Kane scored twice, including one in added time, to help the Three Lions to victory.

England coach Gareth Southgate said he was delighted with his team's performance despite having to rely on an injury-time goal to beat Tunisia on Monday.

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England lie second in Group G behind Belgium on goal difference and can all but secure qualification for the knockout stages with a win against Panama on Sunday.

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