— Theo (@Thogden) June 18, 2018
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Harry Kane scores in added time from a corner to claim a huge three points for the Three Lions.
- Belgium – 3pts – 3GD
- England – 3pts – 1GD
- Tunisia – 0pts – -1GD
- Panama – 0pts – -3GD
On: Eric Dier Off: Jesse Lingard
Harry Kane scores in injury time! Captain leading by example.
On: Ruben Loftus-Cheek Off: Dele Alli
On: Marcus Rashford, Off: Raheem Sterling
— Ibrahim Halawi (@Ibrahimhalawi) June 18, 2018
— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) June 18, 2018
We are back underway in Volgograd!
Tunisia’s goalscorer Ferjani Sassi interacting with supporters
Tunisia’s goalscorer, Ferjani Sassi, is not only a ridiculously graceful midfielder, but also one of the generous players I’ve seen interact with journalists and supporters.
Here he is coming over to a girl screaming his name before training. She’s I’ll and wanted a selfie. pic.twitter.com/VS1HeZvrSS
— Maher Mezahi (@mezahimaher) June 18, 2018
Eight penalties have been taken so far at the 2018 #WorldCup:
Another converted. pic.twitter.com/92oH0gcZm4
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) June 18, 2018
Harry Kane’s first-half strike cancelled out by Tunisia’s spot-kick.
England creating great chances and denied a stonewall penalty.
Will the Three Lions live to rue these missed opportunities?
The highest ranked African side score from the penalty spot…
Kyle Walker the offender…
Captain Harry Kane scores his first goal at a major international tournament.
Manchester City forward misses a glorious chance for the Three Lions following a well-worked move.
Oh Raheem, you can’t ink a machine gun onto your leg then shoot like that.
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) June 18, 2018
The scenes if England only went and won the #WorldCup…
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) June 18, 2018
We are underway in Volgograd!
— BeanymanSports (@BeanymanSports) June 18, 2018
“Ronaldo has put me under a bit of pressure. Hopefully I will score a hat-trick and we’ll be level.
“I can’t wait to get out there and show the world what I’ve got.”
#TUNENG // FORMATIONS
— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) June 18, 2018
England starting line-up: Jordan Pickford; Kyle Walker, Harry Maguire, John Stones; Kieran Trippier, Ashley Young; Jordan Henderson, Jesse Lingard, Dele Alli; Raheem Sterling; Harry Kane (Captain)
First time for everything: Just had to abort going live on Sky Sports News with seconds to spare because of invasion of flies outside England team hotel. Big problem here in Volgograd. Helicopters have been spraying insecticide over the stadium this week
— Kaveh Solhekol (@SkyKaveh) June 17, 2018
— Rob Harris (@RobHarris) June 18, 2018
Tunisia fans outnumbering England considerably in centre of Volgograd – plenty of noise – fewest number of England fans I can remember at a World Cup finals game – that should change though for later games pic.twitter.com/xg9eQ6a16i
— Chris Skudder (@chris_skudder) June 18, 2018
Rolling updates to follow…
Tunisia vs England live streaming & watch time
Match: Tunisia vs England
Competition: 2018 World Cup
Kick-off time: 19:00 (UK time)
Stadium: Volgograd Arena (Volgograd)
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Tunisia vs England live streaming: Match preview
Gareth Southgate’s men will ignite the start of England’s campaign in Group G against Tunisia at the Volgograd Arena. England will come in as overwhelming favourites even by their disappointing standards. Nabil Maaloul’s will hope to defy critics and ward of the top dogs as his team finds a way to navigate their way out of the group.
The Three Lions are a side that has developed a reputation for underachieving and disappointing in decades gone by. They never utilised the talent in their golden generation and have failed to find a defined playing style under a variety of managers.
After their shock and shameful exit in the Euros to the hands of the Icelandic, England have undergone a journey of atonement. After suffering further embarrassment from the Sam Allardyce scandal that saw his reign last 1 game they finally settled on Gareth Southgate.
Southgate is the manager that England never wanted but he has defied opinion and has become the manager that England actually needed.
Southgate has instilled a, identity, a clear style of play and restored fearlessness and a will to entertain and excite rather than be hindered by the fear of failure. This is a plague that is well documented to have haunted the English teams for decades.
However this England side will go into the tournament with a side not considered to be its finest batch in long. However they will go in with low expectation, full excitement and the full backing of their nation. A team defined by Rashford, Alli, Lingard and other players who aren’t afraid of failure.
Tunisia have been served a crushing blow with ACL injury to their playmaker Youssef Msakni. However you can expect the Eagles of Carthage to rally together and dig their heels deep. They will look to Mexico, Iceland and Switzerland as a source of encouragement that if you keep tight and frustrate, chances will carve themselves out.