Kane opened the scoring after 11 minutes following a spectacular save from Mouez Hassen after John Stones' effort.
"Poch sent me a text message with lots of love hearts emojis and he wrote: 'Come on, England!'" Kane said after the match.
While Kane took the plaudits, his manager was more interested in England's cool heads under pressure as they refused to deviate from their measured possession game that Southgate has tried to hone. We had to keep creating chances, we didn't play as well second half but they defended deep. "There's plenty of goals I've seen all over this team and I think if everyone's chipping in and pulling in the same direction it just sets us up right for the next game".
"Maybe tonight we could have run out of time".
All in good spirits no doubt but there's nothing like the World Cup for fanning the flames even if we're not involved.
That was exactly what England did, but they needed Kane to be at his predatory best.
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Once the VAR team has analysed a potential incident it can then speak directly to the referee and make their recommendation. There have been so many first games where England have bottled it but finally to turn it around - brilliant'.
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His two goals against Tunisia were his first at a major tournament after a goalless Euro 2016, but Kane's statistics for Tottenham (108 goals in 153 Premier League appearances) suggested that it wasn't going to be too long before breaking his duck on the biggest stage. We have not done well in recent years and there is not much else than could go wrong.
"I did not feel the midges because I was so focused on the team, on the game", Tunisia's Nabil Maaloul said.
"We had some of them in our eyes and some of them in our mouth".
Backing Linker, on wrote: "Disagree was not a lucky win, are you sure you watched the game?"
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"The 2016 Euro was disappointing for me personally and us as a team as well".