Midges annoy players from England and Tunisia in Volgograd

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Kane got England out of jail with an injury-time victor at the Volgograd Arena to ensure Gareth Southgate's side claimed all three points from their opening Group G game.

Tottenham striker Kane scored twice, including an injury-time victor, as England began their World Cup campaign with a 2-1 win over Tunisia on Monday.

Depending on timings, if England got through to the knockout stages then that could surely go even higher.

"I had to prove people wrong throughout my career and I love proving to myself I can do it", he said.

We were all fairly new to each other in that tournament and now we've managed to build relationships and the team really is a team now. "Ronaldo is the best in the world, up there with Messi, but the challenge is there to be with them".

"So tonight was so big and we were all sat there watching that game thinking they have to score in this last two or three minutes or else Panama could see panic set in, anxiety set in".

"I think you need goals from all over the pitch and I think that's what we'll be looking to do", Young added. What pleased me was that we kept the control and composure, " he said. "What pleased me was that we kept the control and composure", he told reporters.

The spirit, patience and camaraderie displayed in the 2-1 defeat of Tunisia was a far cry from their last match at a major tournament, when toothless England suffered one of their most humiliating defeats ever.

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It's a great start for England, but the evening didn't pass quite as smoothly as it could have for Gareth Southgate's men.

The goal was Kane's second of the match giving England a win it probably deserved after dominating the majority of the clash.

England can't expect to win this World Cup unless at least one of them is able to relieve the pressure on Kane by finding their goal scoring touch in Russian Federation.

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"Put no limits on yourself, nobody should".

"That's always the best part - when you go out and start kicking a ball, no matter who it's with", said Robson.

"That's the message we have tried to get across to the team".