England advances at World Cup after rout of Panama

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The Red Devils are now unbeaten in their last 10 World Cup group matches, which may pose a considerable problem for England when they lock horns with the group favourites.

England's forward Harry Kane (2ndR) celebrates with teammates after scoring his team's sixth goal during the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup Group G football match between England and Panama at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod on June 24, 2018.

John Stones scored the first and fourth goals - becoming the second Manchester City player to score at a World Cup, after Trevor Francis in 1982, with Jesse Lingard curling a brilliant strike home from outside the box. The goal was an example of Kane's precision and clinical acumen.

Proud of a first World Cup hat-trick.

Kane netted a hat-trick, as the Three Lions hammered Panama 6-1 on Sunday afternoon, to book their place in the final 16. They weren't exactly classic goals, but it was a captain's performance from Kane who is now leading the Golden Boot race, ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo.

"We were ruthless in front of goal", Southgate said. "England is totally spectacular, a handsome team", said coach Hernan Dario Gomez, who went into the English changing room at halftime to congratulate Southgate.

Well, no more for England but Panama's Felipe Baloy, 37, fancied a bit of history for himself, scoring the nation's first ever goal at a World Cup finals.

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"There are a lot of good players just behind me".

The second from the spot saw him become the first player in 44 years to score two goals in each of his first two World Cup games.

England's thumping 6-1 win over Panama was as routine as they come wasn't it?

The much-loved early kick-off is unfortunately off the bill for Aussie fans, with all match days for the next eight days reverting to a 12am-4am format.

All right Gary, let's not get too carried away.

"If it's going to be 10-0 and Raheem Sterling doesn't score, then he's got selection issues", said Barrie.

Southgate intends to freshen up his side on Thursday, when leadership of Group G will be determined, but will seek to maintain "squad harmony" when it comes to selection for the game in Kaliningrad.

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