England crushing Panama 5-0 at halftime

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"I think England are totally spectacular - a handsome team".

All of that changed here in an extremely one-sided first half in which England scored five times.

Gareth Southgate's men secured England's biggest-ever World Cup win and scored five by half-time, leaving Panama boss Gomez fearing just how bad things could get as England comfortably dealt with their rough-house tactics.

"We got to go into the game against Belgium looking to win but this win gives us a bit of a cushion".

But it was England who took the early lead.

Trippier again impressed as right wing-back, registering his first assist of the tournament when whipping in a pinpoint corner for John Stones to head England's opener.

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They didn't have to wait long to claim a second. In between their strikes, Jesse Lingard scored a screamer from outside the box.

Lingard made it 3-0 in the 36th minute with a attractive strike from just outside the area before Stones nodded in the fourth after a cleverly worked free-kick routine.

Stones sensed rich pickings at set plays and nodded his second and England's fourth on 40 minutes following a free-kick after Sterling's initial effort had been blocked.

"I think that the winning margin for England could have been even bigger". The Tottenham striker dusted himself down and thundered home to make it 5-0 and put himself level with Romelu Lukaku and Cristiano Ronaldo in the goalscoring charts. However, England seemed intent on giving Panama more misery.

The way it came about suggests the Spurs man can do no wrong at the moment.

Kane's third of the match - and fifth of the tournament - came in fortuitous circumstances as Ruben Loftus-Cheek's shot cannoned off his heel and past the despairing Penedo.

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"Both sets of fans here today were brilliant and that's what the World Cup's about, people coming together".

It has been said by many that England will be better off finishing second in their sector because they would be more likely to avoid Brazil in the quarter-finals.

England were content to run down the clock and conserve energy in the sweltering heat, while Panama's fans roared on their team every time they got anywhere near the English penalty area. Baloy stretched to turn in a free-kick and the strike was celebrated like a victor.

The Japanese team were unable to follow England into the last 16 but remain well-positioned to progress following an entertaining 2-2 draw with Senegal in the other match held on a high-scoring day in Russian Federation.

Panama will be going home after the group stages, but there remains a chance to salvage some pride against Tunisia in their last game.

For them, the goal was an historic feat.

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