Kane and able: English captain saves the day against Tunisia

Two goals from England captain Harry Kane takes his team past Tunisia.

Harry Kane grabs a dramatic late winner for England on Monday, powering home a header in injury time against Tunisia. (Getty Images)
England captain Kane scores his first goal past Mouez Hassen of Tunisia to get his team off to a perfect start. (Getty Images)
England squanders multiple chances, with Jesse Lingard particularly wasteful, and Tunisia makes it pay when Ferjani Sassi scores from the penalty spot after Kyle Walker is adjudged to have fouled Fakhreddine Ben Youssef. (AP)
Ferjani Sassi calmly buries his penalty past a diving Jordan Pickford to equalise for Tunisia in the 35th minute of the Group G clash. This was the first goal scored by an African nation at the 2018 World Cup. (Getty Images)
My Sassi goal! Tunisian fans celebrate the equaliser against England at the Volgograd Arena in Volgograd. (AFP)
It's all between the ears. Kane, the Tottenham Hotspur talisman, reacts during the match in Volgograd Arena. (Getty Images)
England manager Gareth Southgate celebrates the victory. (Getty Images)
England fans savour the win in Volgograd Arena. (Getty Images)
Tunisian fans outside the El-Menzah Stadium in Tunis react after Kane scores his second goal. (AFP)
Harry Kane celebrates with England kitman Tom McKechnie following the win. (Getty Images)