2018 FIFA World Cup

Kane hat-trick helps England to record win

24 Jun 2018
Harry Kane, Spurs

Spurs striker scores three and John Stones nets twice as Gareth Southgate's team win 6-1 against Panama

Harry Kane scored a hat-trick as England cruised into the knockout stage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup with a record 6-1 win over Panama in Nizhny Novgorod.

Manchester City defender John Stones opened the scoring by heading in a corner by Tottenham Hotspur’s Kieran Trippier.

Spurs striker Kane converted two first-half penalties either side of a long-range curler from Manchester United’s Jesse Lingard and another Stones header.

Kane then became the tournament’s leading scorer, before Felipe Baloy grabbed a consolation for Panama.

After their record win at a major tournament England take on fellow Group G joint-leaders Belgium in Kaliningrad on 28 June.

Mane strikes for Senegal

Sadio Mane was on target in Senegal’s 2-2 draw with Japan in Ekaterinburg.

The Liverpool striker's opener was cancelled out by Takashi Inui.

Keisuke Honda earned Japan a point after Moussa Wague had restored the African side's lead.

Senegal face Colombia in Samara on 28 June, when joint-leaders Japan take on Poland in Volgograd.

Colombia sink Poland

Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina and Spurs defender Davinson Sanchez combined to keep a clean sheet as Colombia beat Poland 3-0 in Kazan.

Former Man Utd and Chelsea forward Radamel Falcao added to Yerry Mina's goal before Juan Cuadrado, also once a Blue, ended Poland’s hopes of reaching the last 16.

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