FIFA World Cup 2018:England beat Panama 6-1

England recorded their greatest win at a World Cup to overpower Panama and secure a place in the last 16 preceding their last Gathering G amusement with Belgium.


Harry Kane assumed a captain’s part afresh with a cap trap to end up the competition’s driving scorer, as England based on their opening triumph against Tunisia with an amazing show of mercilessness and quality.

John Stones opened the scoring with an early header before Kane included the second with a loud Penalty after Jesse Lingard had been fouled.

Lingard included the third in the 36th moment with a splendid twisting exertion from 25 yards and, as Panama disintegrated, Stones delegated a smooth set-piece routine by heading his second and Kane made it 5-0 preceding half-time with another punishment after he was wrestled to the ground.

Kane finished his treble with a lucky redirection from Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s shot after the break, before Panama’s uproarious supporters could commend their first objective at a World Container through Felipe Baloy.

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