Eden Hazard will give them real trouble in that Belgian game as their back three lack pace and will get caught out at crucial moments, but that debate is for next week.
England manager Gareth Southgate is determined to keep pushing Kane further and, though he had a wry smile as he said it, refused to be drawn on whether that performance confirmed his captain a world-class player.
"He wants me and the whole team to do well".
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The Chelsea youngster's physicality caused Tunisia problems, and if Southgate wants to keep Alli fresh to face Belgium, Loftus-Cheek is an obvious option.
"Naturally, England looked good at that stage, but while I have no wish to puncture the mood of encouragement we have to acknowledge the flow of the match was dictated by Tunisia's tactics".
I thought the quarter-finals were a realistic target before the World Cup started and I have not changed my opinion of how good we are, or how far we can go, on the back of one game against Tunisia. "The players have to show what they can do but I am convinced that we can do it", said Neuer at the German team hotel.
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"I have been itching to get out there and showcase myself on the big stage". Knowing they already have three in the bag and the game is not a must win, can not be underestimated.
Panama work hard but they are a pretty limited team and we should have more than enough to beat them.