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Kane the hero as England beat Tunisia late

Mark Ogden: England were heading to yet another disappointment in a World Cup opener until Kane's injury time header gave them a 2-1 win over Tunisia.

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England feel-good factor could set stage for World Cup run

England have a history of stumbling out of the gates of major tournaments, so Monday's win vs. Tunisia might bode well for their campaign in Russia.

Kane 8/10 in delivering England win vs. Tunisia

Harry Kane was England's hero, as the Three Lions captain scored twice in a 2-1 win over Tunisia in their World Cup opener.

McManaman: Kane's winner takes pressure off England

Steve McManaman explains the importance of England's win over Tunisia, and the FC crew rate Harry Kane's performance in his World Cup debut.

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FIFA World Cup

Postcards from Russia: What U.S. sport could learn from international football

What's cooler: teams called the Nets, Mets and Jets, or the Eagles of Carthage, Pharaohs of Egypt and Samurai Blue? Sam Borden rests his case.

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World Cup Daily: England, Belgium win; Salah watch!

Belgium stayed patient vs. Panama, England overcame Tunisia and the bugs. On Tuesday, will Egypt's main man face the hosts? It's World Cup daily.

Project Russia: England players struggle in Tunisia trivia test

The Three Lions test their knowledge of Tunisia, fans share their predictions and mosquitoes take over Volgograd in episode seven of Project Russia.

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Ballsupski: England are playing today. Let's win this.

It's day 5 of the World Cup and Anthony Richardson and Ian Fiveankles look ahead to England's first game including how yoga can help you deal with those annoying armchair fans.

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Transfer Talk

Transfer Talk: Wilshere to make way for Arsenal arrivals

With Lucas Torreiro and Bernd Leno coming on board, Arsenal will sell Jack Wilshere to make room in the squad. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Marcotti: Hazard's Chelsea future dependent on Conte

Gab Marcotti explains how Chelsea's managerial situation will play into Eden Hazard's decision to stay at Stamford Bridge or leave for Real Madrid.

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Madrid to meet Bale reps over future - sources

A meeting between Gareth Bale's representatives and Real Madrid chiefs which could decide his long term future is to take place soon, sources say.

Belgium cruise to victory

Romelu Lukaku scored twice as Belgium began their World Cup campaign with a win. After a frustrating first half, Dries Mertens’ netted a fine volley, then Lukaku added his brace.

Belgium's class finally breaks Panama down

It took Belgium some time to finally break Panama down, but Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne all contributed to a comfy 3-0 win.

Mertens: Scoring Belgium's opener a 'big relief'

Dries Mertens said it was a "big relief" to score his fine volley that put Belgium on their way to a 3-0 win over Panama to open the World Cup.

Is Romelu Lukaku still underappreciated on the big stage?

The FC crew try not to read too much into Belgium's win over Panama, before homing in on Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku's respective roles.

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Hislop: Lukaku's double will do wonders for his confidence

Shaka Hislop gives his verdict on how impressive Romelu Lukaku and Belgium were to dispatch Panama and avoid an early World Cup slip-up.

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Sweden saved by VAR after struggling without Zlatan

No Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but Sweden have VAR. Andreas Granqvist's penalty after technology intervened handed the Swedes victory over South Korea.

Son: South Korea's opening defeat is my fault

Son Heung-Min said he was disappointed with his performance in South Korea's 1-0 loss to Sweden in the teams' World Cup opener on Monday.

Granqvist's penalty leads Sweden over S. Korea

Andreas Granqvist scored a 65th-minute penalty awarded by the video assistant referee (VAR) as Sweden began their World Cup campaign with a 1-0 win.

Hislop: It was improper use of VAR

Shaka Hislop breaks down Sweden's hard-fought 1-0 win over South Korea decided by Andreas Granqvist's VAR-awarded penalty.

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Golf

U.S. Open

Waiting wasn't the hardest part for Fleetwood on Sunday

Imagine playing the best golf round of your life, and then, as a reward, you have to wait three hours before you know if it even matters. That was Sunday for Tommy Fleetwood at the U.S. Open.

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Koepka proves that golfers are athletes in his U.S. Open win

Go ahead, try to make the argument that golfers aren't athletes after watching Brooks Koepka muscle his way to a second consecutive U.S. Open victory.

Fleetwood ties lowest round ever at U.S. Open

Tommy Fleetwood sinks a 30-foot birdie on the 15th hole for his eighth birdie. Fleetwood ties the lowest final-round score in U.S. Open history with a 63.

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Koepka: It's cool to have family watch U.S. Open win

Brooks Koepka discusses the significance of his second consecutive U.S. Open victory, this one with his dad watching on Father's Day.

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Koepka calls back-to-back U.S. Open wins 'extraordinary'

Brooks Koepka explains the challenges of winning the U.S. Open two straight years and jokes about not getting his dad a Father's Day gift.

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Koepka shines to win second straight U.S. Open

Brooks Koepka fends off Tommy Fleetwood and Dustin Johnson to card an impressive final-round 68 to win the U.S. Open.

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