Buoyed by their impressive performance and last minute victor against Tunisia on Monday the Three Lions produced a breathtaking first half display that saw John Stones score two headers, Harry Kane blast home a brace of penalties, and Jesse Lingard sore a stunning goal from outside of the area.
The rout was the first time England have scored more than four goals at a World Cup finals since winning the tournament in 1966. It also eliminated Tunisia.
The winners of the meeting in Kaliningrad are guaranteed to top the group, but if the match finishes as a draw the places will be decided first of all on Fair Play.
The Tottenham striker bagged his third after a 61st minute shot by Ruben Loftus-Cheek hit his foot and bounced over Panama goalkeeper Jaime Penedo.
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But in World Cup season, the men are bitter rivals, representing Iberian nemeses Spain and Portugal , respectively. Recall that in the first round of the group stage, Spain and Portugal have painted the productive draw - 3:3.
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One clip of the clean-up operation, shared by Argentinean channel TyC Sports, has been viewed more than 4 million times . Not only did these teams impress World Cup viewers - their fans did, too.
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They then leave the auto to visit the barber's shop mentioned in the song - leaving the owner in sheer disbelief. The TV personality gushed, "I think this is an afternoon none of us will forget".
"We wouldn't swap him for anyone in the tournament in terms of No9s", Southgate said afterwards.
And while they posses prodigious talent in their ranks, Martinez's men struggled to break down a resilient Panama for 50 minutes in their opening group match, as it required a Dries Mertens' masterclass to open proceedings early in the second-half. We had fun out there as well, which is important.
But in truth, it was a humbling experience for Panama against a side known to get nervous and slip up against less illustrious rivals on the big stage. "What we did was to try to avoid a bigger catastrophe in the second half".
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Wayne Rooney stands alone with the global goalscoring record after he netted 53 times throughout his worldwide career, but already the 24-year-old has 18 and is eyeing the record.