England players race inflatable unicorns in hotel swimming pool at World Cup

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"I think the players know it's hard to win a match in the World Cup against any opposition and Tunisia were opposition we respected".

An average audience of 13.7 million saw the team open their World Cup campaign with a 2-1 win, thanks to a pair of goals from captain Harry Kane.

"I think his potential is huge", Southgate said.

"I had to prove people wrong throughout my career and I love proving to myself I can do it", he said. We just don't know yet. "The games that everybody can watch, they are just an opportunity to showcase that and show everybody how far we've really come", he said. Kane, speaking to reporters as quoted by FourFourTwo, revealed what the Argentine had texted him post-game.

Appealing to his CBS and Sky One audience - and those watching on YouTube of course - the players each speak to the camera, ranging from Jess Lingard listing U.S. states to an enthusiastic American accent by Jamie Vardy.

"It's important that we keep improving as a team".

Throughout England's World Cup opener he provided an outlet and a threat on the right and was very solid at the back which bodes well for the Spurs man looking ahead to the rest of the tournament.

The Manchester United forward replaced Raheem Sterling in the 68th minute.

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With no points to show from their first two matches, only an extraordinary set of results could now keep Egypt in the competition. He suffered an injury and we have been anxious . "But sometimes a mistake can be made, a miscalculation, a bad step".

Ratings peaked at 18.3 million during the closing minutes, when more than two-thirds (69%) of all UK TV viewers were tuned to the match.

"We were all fairly new to each other and we've managed to build relationships".

He added: "I probably wouldn't have played Dele Alli in that [Tunisia] game and I wouldn't have been fussed about playing him against Panama".

"Although you've not done it yet, you feel like you understand what to expect and I feel that is definitely needed".

Panama are bottom of the group on goal difference and need a positive result against England in Nizhny Novgorod on Sunday to retain any hope of progressing to the knockout stages.

"You want a major goalscorer, a striker that's going to take chances, but we've got that in abundance around the team with Vards, Welbs (Danny Welbeck) and the kid Rashford".

"There are always things (to improve)", he told reports (via Football365).

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