Harry Kane was the main man for England on Monday; scoring the two goals that gave the Three Lions a dramatic 2-1 win over Tunisia in their opening game of Russia 2018.

Kane who was the Captain gave England the lead in the 11th-minute but Ferjani Sassi levelled the scores from the penalty spot 10 minutes before the break, and it appeared that the points would be shared in Volgograd.

However captain fantastic came up with a stoppage-time winner as Gareth Southgate's side started their campaign with three points.

Kane is the first player to score against two different goalkeepers in the same World Cup match since Diego Forlan vs South Africa in 2010. 

Next up for England is a clash with Panama on June 24, while Tunisia will face Belgium one day before .