The English captain Harry Kane scored at the 11th minute to put England in front. But, Tunisia’s Ferjani scored a penalty at the 35th minute to equalise the scoreboard. And, at the end of the 1st half the scores were 1 – 1.
— Abdal Qaydi (@abdalqayd) 18 June 2018
1998 – Ferjani Sassi’s goal was the first penalty that England have conceded in regular play at a World Cup since June 1998 (Argentina’s Gabriel Batistuta). Curse. #ENG #ENGTUN #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/IA1Szza1Qh
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) 18 June 2018
#TUN finally does it for
A. F. R. I. C. A. with that goal by home- based Ferjani Sassi out of a Penalty Kick!!
— Oby Ezekwesili (@obyezeks) 18 June 2018
Just when I thought England had it in the bag they give away a penalty and Tunisia is back in it at minute 35 well executed by Ferjani Sassi. It’s all tied up 1-1
— The World Cup is my life right now (@TheBoiWander) 18 June 2018
I don’t think I have seen a player who plays back and sideways more than Jordan Henderson. Lost us momentum time and time again. He has been shocking in that area.
Positive start from England. Poor from Kyle Walker but that was a stonewall penalty on Harry Kane #WorldCup #TUNENG
— Tabrejali Adam (@TabrejaliAdam) 18 June 2018
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