There’s nothing like a last-minute winner to get football fans celebrating.
England left it late to clinch a win over Tunisia in their opening game of the World Cup in Volgograd, Russia, last night.
Two goals from Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane were enough to secure three points for England – and send their supporters into rapture.
Pubs across the country were packed with England fans cheering on the Three Lions, who started and finished the match brightly.
The England captain’s goals which bookended the match mean fans will be in a more relaxed mood going into the team’s second Group G match against Panama on Sunday.