Harry Kane’s performance marks biggest win for England at World Cup finals, scoring twice against Tunisia. Hat-trick hero, Harry Kane made history for England by helping the country hit Panama 6-1 in the World Cup Group G game at the jam-packed Nizhny Novgorod Stadium on Sunday.
He said that he loved watching some celebration videos across England from back home following a dramatic World Cup win.
England captain Harry Kane became the first England player to score a World Cup hat-trick since Gary Lineker in 1986. The interesting match caught more viewers than Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding with Kane’s spectacular show. This winning score has placed England in the last-16 position in the mega event.
Kane’s hat-trick leads the scorers standings with five goals in the World Cup that is more than Cristiano Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku who both have four.
Over-excited supporters cheered started cheering on the Charing Cross Road with stopping cars in order to celebrate with the drivers. A small group of England fans also celebrated on the streets of the Russian city on Monday night.
Kane said: “There’s still a long way to go. The most important thing is winning games and if my goals help my team win, then that’s the perfect situation. There are a lot of good players just behind me. Hopefully, I can just continue and take it into Thursday’s game against Belgium.
“The way we played against Panama, the discipline, the hard work. We had fun out there as well, which is important. It’s not every time you go through after two games, so we’re happy with that.”