Raheem Sterling will be criticised for his display in England's opening World Cup match but he was still able to create chances and attempt dribbles.
by: Barney Ronay in Volgograd — The Guardian 4h
Jordan Henderson is unlikely to get much credit for England’s victory but he keeps the side moving
by: Andy Edwards — NBC Sports: NBC Soccer 8h
Harry Kane made his World Cup debut and scored both goals for England.
by: @RobPollardMCFC — EPL: Manchester City 11h
World Cup diary: Day 6 from Russia 2018
by: Daniel Rouse — The Score 19h
At long last, England kicked off its World Cup campaign when it faced Tunisia in Volgograd on Monday - but it wasn't a straightforward affair. The Three Lions required a late Harry Kane header to take all the spoils in the Group G clash after toiling to..
by: JonnySutherland — SB Nation: The Busty Babe 21h
Young and Lingard both start, while Rashford makes a late impact from the bench
by: N/A — BBC 22h
Harry Kane is a "hero" and a "superstar" according to BBC Sport's World Cup pundits after England's win over Tunisia.
by: Dominic Fifield at the Volgograd Arena — The Guardian 23h
England’s captain, Harry Kane, said England, despite leaving it late, deserved their 2-1 World Cup victory over Tunisia as they should have been awarded a couple of penalties
by: @chelseafc — EPL: Chelsea FC 18 Jun
Ruben Loftus-Cheek made his first appearance at a major international tournament and helped England secure a crucial 2-1 win against Tunisia in their opening World Cup game.
by: evertonchris — SB Nation: Royal Blue Mersey 18 Jun
God save the Queen.
by: Daniel Mcclue — Fansided: The Pride of London 18 Jun
Ruben Loftus-Cheek was somewhat of a surprise call-up to England's World Cup squad, but he needs to take advantage of his chance. After impressing for Crys...