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H ere's Paul Hayward on the first goal:. W hat a terrific first-half performance form England. They lead a World Cup game and there's still 45 minutes to come.
If Panama finish with 11 men I'm a Dutchman. M aguire is smacked in the mouth by Cooper who swings his arm as they leap. That looked deliberate.
Panama are losing all discipline and the plot. Looks like they'll go down swinging, literally. Dirty devils.
S o Kane joins Lukaku and Ronaldo on four goals apiece. E scobar and Torres pantomime disapproval at the penalty and are booked which eats up more time for Kane to settle himself.
But he isn't fazed. He torpedoes it into the same place. Cue Jon Champion: 'It's getting better and better and better and better and better. K ane is being grappled at a corner.
The referee warned the Panama players not to do it three times but they don't listen. Godoy tries to bodyslam Kane. A mazing. J ohn Stones from a perfectly-executed free-kick routine.
L ingard, battered from pillar to post for the first 15 minutes, glides in from the left to take Sterling's stabbed pass and bends a venomous shot from the left side of the D around the onrushing, panicking defenders and into the top right corner of the goal.
This is a bit like England v Poland from L ingard with a lovely right-foot shot from 20m, steered into the top corner. L ingard bails Maguire out at the back with a diligent and dogged tracking run after Maguire loses his position.
He has many attributes Maguire but he needs too screw the nut. There are too many errors. E ngland free-kick 35m out.
Trippier will take. Always a joy. He heads it back across goal and over the other post. He should have squared it to his team-mates in the middle or gone for goal but it turned into neither one thing or the other.
M uch better from Panama who enjoy a couple of minutes of sinuous movement and sharp passing. They work an opening through Cooper and Perez for Rodriguez to run on to a threaded pass in the box, to the left.
What a waste. Y oung penalised for kicking Cooper where the sun doesn't shine as he raised his leg to control a bouncing ball. Henderson hooks a lob over the back four for Sterling who wins it but was offside.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek has been booked for a foul just after the third kick-off. Here's Kane putting the penalty in something my son and his schoofriends call 'top bins':.
P anama's strategy seems to be to inject as much needle into this as possible, after all sorts of niggly fouls and delaying tactics, they complain that England take too long in their celebrations, this after forestalling the taking of the pen by almost seconds.
B limey! That was some penalty. He almost ripped the net with his thunderfoot. Smashes it into the top-right corner.
S o Kane will take the penalty. Can he score in his fifth successive match for England? L ingard bundled over by Escobar and Torres as he ran down the inside-right channel.
VAR is checking whether he was offside. Torres kicks across Sterling's foot and catches his studs.
He goes down screaming blue murder until the ref stops the game for his self-inflicted pain. F or the third time Panama exploit hesitation from Young and Maguire on the left of England's defence to dial up the speed and shift the ball inside quickly.
Barcenas, striding forward down the inside-left channel, meets the pass from Murillo and bends a left-foot shot that has Pickford scrambling across goal and diving but it trims the outside of the side-netting.
Close, though. D awdling by Torres invites Kane twice to have a run at the defence but he can't keep the ball under control and the opposition recover.
Here's Stones' goal:. E ngland lose possession cheaply from the free-kick, Maguire's poise and precision absent so far. Barcenas accelerates away from him and into the box.
Walker clears up the first mess but England cause another that Panama's haste squanders. Walker's lunge stopped Perez tapping in at the back post.
Yellow card. J ohn Stones buries a header from the penalty spot. G ood pass from Walker, diagonally out to the right flank, for Trippier's clever run and the full-back wins a corner.
P anama's tempo has caught England on the hop a bit and Rodriguez, the victim of Henderson's foul, is felled again as they snap into tackles.
The free-kick is taken too long and England come back upfield but at no great pace. P anama take the free-kick into the box, Kane heads clear and Barcenas wallops a 25m shot over the bar.
Then Panama exploit the short goalkick and Stones's poor pass to break down the left and find space for Godoy to shoot and he too thrashes it high and wide.
Terrible finish but England invited the pressure with dozy play there. A fter 90secs treatment Lingard is passed fit to continue and Panama restart, knocking it down the left where Henderson is penalised for a strong tackle.
A nd drags a pass back from the byline to Lingard whose first touch is clumsy and he has to go up to try to win it back in the air.
Gomez elbows him in the mouth as they challenge for it but the referee deems it accidental. He did swing his arm back but he isn't penalised.
P anama 's huddle finally breaks up and England kick-off, attacking to the left and overloaded on the right flank. They roll it back to Stones and the three players on the right bomb forward but they play it short and move it to the left and back again.
Trippier slips a pass past Davis and Loftus-Cheek rounds him. T he players chat and shake their legs. H ave gone for the full Dallaglio, moist eyed and bellowing it out.
F or the national anthem and when it ends Harry Kane shouts 'Come on! I s being interviewed by Gabby Logan and is asked to do his Scouse and Cockney accents.
The first is passable, the second risible. Pace Dr Johnson: It's not done well; but you are surprised to find it done at all.
T his really should be the match shirt. G areth Southgate says he will be using England's hydration strategy but there will be no official water breaks.
On the Brexit scale 34C is 93F so he will have to employ his substitutes judiciously. The prize for today is to qualify with a game to spare but we have to concentrate on our performance.
We need to be patient. H ave just embraced and jumped up and down, a la Chandler and Joey, in imitation of the excitement of the Panama World Cup panel.
I applaud their taste but it's sacrilege to have people talking over it. Music is to be listened to, not deployed as background.
S ee how our Anna Wintour, Thom Gibbs, assesses the strips:. N inety minutes' ebb and flow can be a bit of a distraction for some.
If you'd like to know the final score now, have a go on the Telegraph's ingenious AI forecaster:. The air conditioning in the England dressing room has been turned up to the maximum ahead of kick-off against Panama in an attempt to keep the players as cool as possible before the game starts.
The players will also be given a fresh kit at half-time and iced towels to try and control their body temperatures with the temperatures on the pitch here in Nizhny Novgorod soaring towards the high 30 degrees celsius.
The England medical staff are confident that the air conditioning in the dressing room will help although there may be a concern that the dry air could affect the breathing of the players, especially those susceptible to asthma.
However the medics do not believe this will be a problem with dehumidifiers in use and, because the stadium is new, an air conditioning system which means it is ice cold inside the dressing room.
In previous matches in such conditions England have also used fans inside the dressing room with players wearing ice vests as they warmed up but the more light-weight training gear is believed to be sufficient this time.
Sometimes kit is also sprayed with a cooling agent and water to also help. A big issue will be hydration. Players will be urged to take on board as much fluid as possible and to hydrate at every opportunity during the match.
The design of the stadium means that around half of the pitch will be in shade at kick-off but heat will undoubtedly be a factor. I t may be roasting but Southgate's not taking off that weskit for anyone.
Raheem Sterling starts and Marcus Rashford will continue as an impact sub. He's a terrific talent, Rashford, but I can see the sense in employing his impact as a substitute and his understanding of the opportunities the role provides - he seems more aware of them than Sterling and his better control in tight areas can turn tired defenders.
If Sterling does his job and keeps running hard down the channels, Rashford can cash in later on. W hose original intention was to retire at the end of this, his fourth World Cup, but wisely decided to call it a day 10 months early:.
Come on England!! B y naming an unchanged XI for today's match 24 hours early:. Pointers from the Belgium game - Murillo is pretty good, Roman Torres is an ox, Barcenas a snapper and young Rodriguez is going to be a fine player.
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This is far more wholesome:. This is what it is all about. Come on England!!!!!! Arms up for a victory today! A recipe for good days ahead.
H ere's what Ruud Gullit had to say about him last September:. He knows how to play his game, he knows how to go forward. Technical, strong, he is a fantastic player.
He is the one who has the brains. M att Scott reports that England will make only one change rather than the anticipated two and that Raheem Sterling, scorer of 18 Premier League goals and provider of 11 Premier League assists en route to the title last year, has been retained in the starting XI.
Read the full story here. Science book? The French they took? Word came there none. The England manager, by contrast with his players, is a student of history no word on geography, trigonometry, algebra or what a slide rule is for.
The young Gareth, with his eight O-levels and relatively affluent upbringing in Crawley, contrasted markedly with his more cocky and shrewdly streetwise South London contemporaries in the Palace youth team.
I t stuck but his greenness did not. With the help of the goalkeeper Andy Woodman, the Hush Puppies and Ronnie Corbett golf sweaters that were so mocked behind his back were eased out and a lifelong friendship chronicled in a joint autobiography, Woody and Nord, nurtured them both.
Little, an underrated, strangely neglected manager, put him between Ugo Ehiogu and Paul McGrath in a back-three, a move so successful that England called him up after only eight games in the position.
Terry Venables wanted something more progressive, a centre-back who was comfortable moving out of defence to pick up opponents attacking from deeper positions.
His game continued to evolve well into his thirties, becoming as accomplished an orthodox central defender in a back-four as he had been in a three and it is a testament to his quality and durability that when Rio Ferdinand was banned for missing a drugs test in , Sir Alex Ferguson immediately tried to sign the year-old from Middlesbrough.
L ooking back it seems obvious that he was born to manage but given that he has moved at the Football Association from Head of Elite Development to Under head coach to England manager, it is odd to recall that he succeeded Steve McClaren at the Riverside without a Pro Licence, in the face of much opposition from the League Managers Association, and had to qualify on the job.
Southgate looks the model of a modern coach, even down to the DH Lawrence beard - cosmopolitan, flexible and cerebral.
Yet there are echoes too of Malcolm Allison and Dave Sexton, whose undervalued toughness complemented their sprightly creativity and aptitude for teaching.
As for Panama, who fought bravely against Belgium, kettled them and hobbled them with some cynical and wild tackles, the 30C heat in the city once known as Gorky after Maxim, though Sorrento and Capri had similar claims over the writer, should have a greater toll on much older legs.
They are a veteran side, a tough side and play with genuinely intimidating muscular athleticism. Any thoughts that they may trial a new approach here have been thoroughly debunked by their veteran defensive midfielder Gabriel Gomez.
We are a team that knows how to play and when we have to fight, we fight. For all that, they are pretty enlightened technically if not always tactically and can open up a defence with decent movement - at no great pace - and some inspired passing angles.
Against Belgium they were unable to commit runners consistently to help out their lone year-old forward and settled for an attritional scrap that frustrated world-class talents such as Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne and made them look pedestrian.
Class will out but England and their supporters will have to be patient.