Harry Kane now top scorer, sets new record against Panama

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The last Englishman to achieve this feat was the Legendary Gary Lineker in the year 1986.

England got off to a flying start in their second group game against Panama, as John Stones got them off the mark in the 8th minute with a header from a corner, which is becoming something of a pattern for England at this tournament. The goal was an example of Kane's precision and clinical acumen. With over 50% of the goals at this year's World Cup coming from set-pieces, proficiency, both offensively and defensively, would be a priceless commodity for any team.

The game eventually ended 6-1, with Kane netting his hat-trick in rather fortuitous circumstances and Felipe Baloy scoring a consolation for the Central American outfit.

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Kane's three goals included two penalties and a deflection he knew little about to move ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku in the Golden Boot race.

TSN soccer analyst Terry Dunfield said he thinks the English side could be primed to break out in a big way Sunday if they can keep the pressure and pace on Panama.

England extended their lead from the penalty spot in the 22nd minute after Lingard was brought down in the box by two defenders. "England is totally spectacular, a lovely team", said coach Hernan Dario Gomez, who went into the English changing room at halftime to congratulate Southgate.

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The rout was the first time England have scored more than four goals at a World Cup finals since winning the tournament in 1966. Currently, England have two yellow cards to Belgium's three, meaning they currently top Group G by the slenderest of margins.

"They feel a bit closer to the fans than previous teams - and that probably comes from the manager", added Runtwe, who was wearing a vintage 2001 England shirt.

"He was small, he was light and he didn't show enough to make me believe he could be anything more than a squad player".

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From there Belgium went on to win the match comfortably, but it certainly was not routine for the side, and numerous Belgium faithful remain unconvinced by manager Martinez, though Lampard believes if he can get his tactics right, then they will be a real threat this summer.

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