Dele Ali had a fantastic first half.
Harry Kane delivers for England.
England wins 2-1 against Tunisia securing +3points in the group G.
England boys came into the first half with such dynamic drive. A combination of great energy, form, attitude and hunger, Dele Ali, Harry Kane and Young continued to mount pressure on Tunisia box, keeping Tunisia well away from England box. It was only a matter of time for Tunisia to cave in.
Young launches a floatung cross right in the middle for Stones who takes the attack further. Tunisia keeper pounces for a great save, unfortunately Kane was swift with a header on the rebound and boom! It’s a goaaallll for England at 11minutes.
As the game resumed, England maintained the pressure on Tunisia. Bit this time, Tunisia had become more aggressive and hungry to equalize, pushing forward into England’s box. Pressure is now on England side, as striker Walker England #2 makes a pull on Tunisia’s striker, he’s spotted by the referee who does not exonerate him, whistle goes off, it’s a penalty and Walker gets a yellow catd for the foul.
Tunisia’s mildfielder #13 – Sassi composes himself, powering with such a effort the shot launching the ball beautiful into the net. And it’s a goalllll for Tunisia.
Half time ends with: England 1 Tunisia 1
England returns into second half looking a bit of subdued, thr hunger and enrrgy vould someehat be felt. Dele Ali had suffered with a thigh injury through first half. He’s struggling to keep form. England makes change, Dele Ali #20 makes wsy for Loftus Cheek #2.
At this time Tunisia still struggles to make an impact since their penalty. There’s not been any shots on target from the African team.
England makes another change with Sterling making way for Rashford.
With Rashford pushing from the right wing, England regains composure and begins mounting pressure on the opponent.
England takes a corner, Maguire powers a header and again striker Harry Kane was right there to launch a powerful shot beyond Tunisia’s Keeper and again into the net, it’s a goalllll for England at 90+1 minutes.
At 90+3, England makes another change. Lingard makes way for Dier and the match ends in favour of England at 90+5 minutes with fantastic 2-1 win.