England started off with a win in the FIFA World Cup in Russia2018, beating Tunisia 2-1

England started off with a win in the FIFA World Cup in Russia2018, beating Tunisia 2-1

England started off with a win in the FIFA World Cup in Russia2018, beating Tunisia 2-1 in an exciting Group-G encounter on Monday night. Skipper Harry Kane achieved two goals for England in the next round of the group stage and Euro 2016 in the previous World Cup, while the only goal for Tunisia was made by Ferjani Sassi. Ken, who scored his first goal in the World Cup, has been able to score in all the matches played for England as a skipper.
England’s presentation was a great start in the Volgograd Arena. In the third minute midfielder Daley Eli gave Jesse Lingard incredible pass in the box, but he unsuccessful to score the first goal for his team.
England took benefit of their fast start and pressured the defensive team’s defense, which they earned in the 11th minute of the match. Ashley Young gave the best cross in the middle of the box on which defender John Stones placed the header However, Tunisia goalkeeper Moyez Hassan jumped on his right and saved the best and the ball fell to England skipper Harry Kane, who easily kick the ball in the goal and gave his team a 1-0 lead.
After making the first goal, England took the game speedily but in the 35th-minute defender, Kyle Walker made a fault in the box. Walker eloped into the box midfielder Jifhardin Ben Yusuf and gave a gift to Tunisia. Ferjani Sassi got chance to this golden opportunity and scored the first goal for his team in the match. Along with scoring equal goals, Tunisia also became the first African country to score a goal in this World Cup. Like Lingard, before the first half ended (44th minute) he got a great opportunity to give his side an edge but he kicks the ball on the goalpost.

England kept the ball in the second half for more time and tried to enter Tunisia’s defense. However, the Tunisian players did not give much chance to the opposing team to score goals. In the 66th minute of the competition, Jordan Henderson passed defender Harry Maguire in the box but Maguire could not run the ball correctly. It seemed that the match would end on a 1-1 draw, but Captain Harry Kane scored his important goal of the team with a header on the corner kick taken by Kieran Trippier in the Injury Time (91st). England will face Panama in their next game against Japan on Sunday, while Tunisia will face Belgian on Saturday.

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