Tottenham's Harry Kane shares what Mauricio Pochettino texted him on Monday

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There were scenes of unrivalled joy across the country as Harry Kane popped up with an injury-time victor against Tunisia last night.

The Three Lions kicked off a major tournament with a victory for the first time since 2006 on Monday as Harry Kane glanced home a stoppage-time header against Tunisia. "For me, I struggled to get them off me".

You see the other big teams and they haven't had anywhere near as many as we made. I want to be up there with the best in the world.

I have been saying that this is a huge World Cup for Harry, and a chance to shine on the global stage and show he is one of the best strikers on the planet.

Until we won a match at these finals, then mention of the Iceland game was never going to be far away.

While some U.S. fans seemed happy with the idea of supporting England, others clearly weren't convinced by Corden's game plan. What pleased me was that we kept the control and composure, " he said.

"No matter what system we play, the important thing is when you are attacking you still have structure in your play".

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England manager Gareth Southgate was also the subject of much questioning by Google users, with questions such as "What watch does Gareth Southgate wear?" and "When did Gareth Southgate miss the penalty?" among the top five searches.

Little bugs were a big annoyance at the World Cup on Monday.

Brazil's midfielder Casemiro (left) fights for the ball against Switzerland's defender Fabian Schaer during the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup Group E football match between Brazil and Switzerland at the Rostov Arena in Rostov-On-Don on Sunday. It is down to myself to put it right, and there is no better way to start with a win and a couple of goals.

Provided Belgium do not lose to Tunisia on Sunday, England just need to beat Panama to be sure of progressing to the first knockout phase.

"That's the message we have tried to get across to the team".

England continue their World Cup campaign with a game against Panama on Sunday and complete their group stage fixtures with a hard encounter with a Belgium team who look to be one of the best attacking outfits at the tournament. Hopefully he can keep that going in the competition.

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