England Pulls Out Against Panama and Goes to Final Eight
England Pulls out Against Panama and Goes to Final Eight. After two group matches at the World Championships in Russia, England is already sure of a place in the last sixteen. After a difficult victory over Tunisia (2-1), the English did not have a child in Panama.
It was 6-1 by three goals from Harry Kane, two from defender John Stones and a goal by Jesse Lingard.
Felipe Baloy made great euphoria with the Panamanian fans by making the first World Cup goal for Panama.
England had never scored six goals on a global final round and never won with such a wide margin. Kane is now top scorer of the World Cup with five goals.
Because of the victory of England, Belgium is also sure of the eighth-finals. Tunisia and Panama are disabled. In the final match of group G, Belgium and England may decide among themselves who will be the group winner. With a draw, Belgium is the group winner.