England started their 2018 FIFA World Cup campaign with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Tunisia.
Captain Harry Kane was the savior on the day, scoring the opening goal early in the first half, before putting them once ahead again in stoppage time.
With time running out, it looked like to be another disappointing start for England, who gave up their lead after defender Kyle Walker gave away an extremely needless penalty.
Ferjani Sassi took the penalty, beating Jordan Pickford to the goalkeeper’s right.
Kane’s late, dramatic winner now means England can qualify for the knockout stages by beating Panama in Nizhy Novgorod on Sunday. The North American country lost to Belgium 0-3 in their first ever World Cup match earlier today.