England and Tunisia players swatted away swarms of gnats that flew into their eyes and mouths during their opening World Cup game in Russia's riverside city of Volgograd on Monday. I have been itching to get out there and showcase my talent.
Maguire said getting the late victor could prove to be a bigger positive for the England lineup than winning the game by a comfortable margin.
"You can see England going through to the next stages and that's when the real pressure comes on, and we'll see how well the boys can do". "We kept fighting and got the late goal and a big win", England midfielder Jordan Henderson said.
Alli, with just two goals in 26 matches for England, also needs to raise his game for his country and show the form he displays regularly for Tottenham.
"His potential is huge", he said on Maguire. Tunisia was a tough game for us but we proved to ourselves we can step up in the big moment.
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Kane said he had not taken advice from Pochettino or England boss Gareth Southgate about how to play in a World Cup.
"To be the best player in the world you have to aim high and you can't aim low". In 96 we had (Alan) Shearer, a top-class goalscorer, and this time round it looks like we have got a world-class goalscorer in Harry Kane.
"As a player, sometimes the less information the better", he said.
England made a superb start at the Volgograd Arena when Kane lashed the home from close range in the 11th minute, but the lead lasted 24 minutes before Tunisia drew level from the penalty spot through Ferjani Sassi.
'Panama for 45 minutes were obdurate opponents against Belgium and we'll have to prepare 100 per cent right to win it'. "They kept going, kept going to the last second. So I'm delighted he scored two goals and hopefully there's many more for him to come in this tournament".