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England face anxious wait on Dele Alli thigh problem

England midfielder Dele Alli will undergo a scan on Tuesday on the thigh injury he sustained against Tunisia.

England skipper Harry Kane scores stoppage time winner against Tunisia

Gareth Southgate's side missed a host of gilt-edged chances in the first half and were then frustrated by a resolute Tunisian side who looked to have claimed a vital point. But Kane popped up in the 91s minute to head England to victory from a corner.

Harry Kane: We are going to attack against Tunisia

England open their World Cup campaign on Monday seeking to banish memories of dismal performances in recent tournaments as Belgium’s “Golden Generation” kick off as dark-horse challengers.

Mexico football fans cause earthquake as they celebrate win over Germany

Mexico football fans are believed to have caused a minor earthquake as they celebrated their team's shock win over Germany at the World Cup.

Volgograd calm as England fans arrive for World Cup opener

England fans began to trickle into Volgograd on Sunday as the Russian city that bears the weight of World War II history offered a warm welcome before hosting its first World Cup match.

England’s Harry Kane wants to end World Cup with ‘big gold trophy’

England captain Harry Kane has said he is ready to "show the world what I've got" at the World Cup and silence social media jibes about his lack of trophies by winning "a big gold one."

Gareth Southgate: England must embrace ‘festival of football’

England manager Gareth Southgate wants his players to embrace Russia's "festival of football" as they prepare to start their 2018 World Cup campaign against Tunisia in Volgograd.

Fabian Delph: England know the team that will face Tunisia

England's players have a clear idea of who will play against Tunisia on Monday and midfielder Fabian Delph believes they are ready to find another gear at this World Cup.

Twitter, Instagram set players, coaches on World Cup collision course

England's Raheem Sterling branded himself "The Hated One" after becoming the target of online abuse at Euro 2016 -- exposing the dilemma faced by players who try to connect with fans through social media.

Jordan Pickford: Tunisia pose real challenge in World Cup opener

England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford has told ESPN that his side cannot underestimate Tunisia in their World Cup opener as he has first-hand experience of the dangers presented by former Sunderland teammate Wahbi Khazri.

Jack Wilshere drops major hint over Arsenal future

The midfielder’s Arsenal contract expires at the end of this month, and while discussions continue between Wilshere and the club, the two have still failed to reach an agreement.

World Cup: No cliques within England team – Harry Kane

Captain Harry Kane says England’s bid to end their World Cup drought stretching back over half a century will not be undone by a divided squad.

Tony Adams: Tottenham players could cost England at World Cup

Tottenham players lack a winning mentality and will undermine England's hopes of going all the way at the World Cup, according to Tony Adams.

Danny Welbeck: Marcus Rashford benefiting from free role with England

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford is "free to play" for England and it is showing after his exploits against Costa Rica, according to international team-mate Danny Welbeck.

Ryan Bertrand: England World Cup snub ‘hard to take’

Ryan Bertrand has criticised Gareth Southgate for leaving him out of England's World Cup squad, branding the decision as an "oversight".

Raheem Sterling relishes World Cup stage as England’s number 10

Fresh from the best season of his career, Raheem Sterling has been handed the responsibility and role he craved by England manager Gareth Southgate to deliver on his abundant potential at the World Cup.

Nick Pope welcomes England goalkeepers’ friendly rivalry

Nick Pope welcomed the friendly rivalry among the goalkeepers in England’s World Cup squad after he made his debut in the 2-0 friendly win over Costa Rica on Thursday night.

Marcus Rashford shines as England cruise past Costa Rica

England manager Gareth Southgate admitted Marcus Rashford had given him a difficult decision to make ahead of the World Cup with a stunning strike in a 2-0 friendly victory over Costa Rica on Thursday.

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