There's A Good Reason Why Trippier Didn't Celebrate After Kane's Goal

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A video of England fans in Maidstone celebrating Harry Kane's last gasp victor against Tunisia in the World Cup has received thousands of views online. To be the best player in the world you have to aim high - you can't aim low - so just put no limits on yourself.

I'm guessing that 7pm on a weekday night must be pretty good timing to show them but still, incredible to see.

Former England defender Jamie Carragher believes Marcus Rashford should replace fellow forward Raheem Sterling for the World Cup fixture against Panama on Sunday, explaining that the Manchester United player is better suited to the side's system.

"Maybe tonight we could have run out of time".

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Kane's two goals in the Volgograd Arena took his overall England tally to 15 in 25 appearances, with 10 of those coming in eight games under Southgate. He is my boss, the manager, but he is a friend as well. "He wants me and the whole team to do well". We have not done well in recent years and there is not much else than could go wrong. As a striker, you never know when the next chance is going to come. Tunisia was a tough game for us but we proved to ourselves we can step up in the big moment.

Those who stayed at home downed tools early to get a good viewing spot for the game on BBC One, which saw Ferjani Sassi equalise from the spot for Tunisia after a foul by Kyle Walker. Even if you win 1-0 and are luckless or a couple of outstanding saves by the goalie keep you out, you still beat them well and create the opportunities throughout the game.

'So tonight was so big and we were all sat there watching that game thinking they have to score in this last two or three minutes or else Panama could see panic set in, anxiety set in.

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