England breaks the chain of slow starts of the top World Cup contenders, while Tunisia becomes the third Arab country to suffer a loss in the final minutes. Tunisia played a well executed game, almost rivaling the three lions, but the same scenario that struck Egypt also struck the Kartaj eagles as they suffered a goal in the 89th minute of the match.
Harry Kane scored the first goal of the match for England in the 11th minute after the Englishmen kept pressuring the Tunisians in the opening minutes of the match. Tunisia would then even the score in the 35th minute after defender Kyle Walker conceived a penalty after striking Fakhr eldin Ben Youssef, ElFergany placed the shot brilliantly to even the score with England.
The second half saw the lions begin to lose confidence against the eagles, choosing to counter attack instead of building up attacks, while Tunisia began attacking with fury. England would then steal the wining goal in the 89th minute of the game through a header by Harry Kane who scored his second goal in the match giving the lions the victory