IN PICTURES: Terrific Tunisia overcomes Panama

Tunisia secured a 2-1 win over Panama — its second win in World Cup history.

Hello Zabivaka! The World Cup mascot greets a young fan ahead of the Group G match at Mordovia Arena in Saransk. Photo: Getty Images
Tunisians in El-Mellassine in the capital Tunis sing the national anthem. Photo: AFP
Their team, though, started shakily, and trailed 1-0 in the 33rd minute. A long-distance strike from Panama midfielder Jose Luis Rodriguez is deflected in by Yassine Meriah. The Tunisia goalkeeper is wrong-footed. Photo: AFP
Rodriguez celebrates after helping Panama take the lead. It proved to be a false dawn, though. Photo: AFP
Wahbi Khazri (centre), seen here arguing with the referee, would have a big role to play in Tunisia's revival. Photo: AFP
The side was resurgent after the halftime break; the unmarked Ben Youssef (in picture) converted a low cross from Khazri to level the scores. Photo: AFP
Youssef is congratulated by his team-mates after the equaliser. Photo: AFP
Panama's Roman Torres leaves the field due to the injury. Photo: AFP
Comeback complete! Khazri (second from right) benefitted from a surging run by Oussama Haddadi to slot home Tunisia's second goal. Photo: AFP
Panama slumped to yet another defeat; its players group together (in picture) at the conclusion of their campaign. Photo: AFP
Tunisian players bow down to the almighty after their first World Cup win in 40 years. Photo: AFP