"You can see England going through to the next stages and that's when the real pressure comes on, and we'll see how well the boys can do". I want to be up there with the best in the world. I want to be up there with the best in the world and the only way to do that is to perform on the big stage and in the big moments.
There's no escaping the World Cup; the majority of my friends are watching the games, and even I, who's not a football fan found myself watching a match or two.
He added: "I probably wouldn't have played Dele Alli in that [Tunisia] game and I wouldn't have been fussed about playing him against Panama".
The former Manchester United midfielder, 61, said: "I think he has done a good job".
Kane said: "To be the best player in the world you have to aim high".
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If you have to poop at a party, but you're embarrassed because you're going to stink up the bathroom, do what I do, lock the door. Showing her leg-brace and crutches she said: "Another milestone in my life, I've never actually broken a bone".
"I think the players know it's hard to win a match in the World Cup against any opposition and Tunisia were opposition we respected".
All this being said, if you're somewhat put down by the lack of hype for the World Cup in Norwich, just go to a pub.
Maguire is exactly the kind of player coach Gareth Southgate wants in his ranks - young and unburdened by the failures of the recent past - as he seeks to change the narrative around the English national team following an era of underperformance.
Captain Kane came into the World Cup eager to get off the mark in the opening game, having failed to score at Euro 2016.
England continue their Group G campaign against Panama on Sunday, before facing Belgium.
"It was a good start to the tournament and it certainly gives us a platform to build on throughout the tournament", Rashford said. "There are two group games left to play, two that we have to go out and win".
Kane kisses the badge after scoring for England. He scored a brilliant goal in a friendly against Nigeria earlier this month and looked bright when coming off the bench against Tunisia.