England's team Captain, Harry Kane, sealed the 2-1 win, sending the fans positively wild back home, with hundreds of supporters seen taking over Union Street in Plymouth.
One potential concern for England could be the fitness of Deli Alli, who pulled up in the first half, but continued to play on until the 80th minute.
Video footage showed him getting to his feet and rejoining the crowd of jubilant fans.
Kane's stats are compelling: he has eight goals in the six games he has worn the England armband, 11 in his past eight games for the Three Lions.
"There were a lot of decisions against us and maybe there was a bit of justice at the end".
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We have not done well in recent years and there is not much else than could go wrong.
"If he hadn't scored, I'd be answering questions about his ability to score in tournament football", said Southgate, nearly exhausted of people doubting Kane's ability. "The English invented football and I love the England team". It's even more freakish as England's captain this year is Harry Kane who once played for Norwich City Football Club.
Ronaldo and Messi have shared the last 10 Ballon d'Or titles, awarded to the best player in the world.
England can't expect to win this World Cup unless at least one of them is able to relieve the pressure on Kane by finding their goal scoring touch in Russian Federation.
Players still had to cover themselves with bug spray before the game and at halftime, but that seemed to have little effect. As a striker, you never know when the next chance is going to come.
England continue their Group G campaign against Panama on Sunday, before facing Belgium.
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