England’s 6-1 win over Panama, Harry Kane Hattrick, England qualified for the last 16 of the World Cup

England's 6-1 win over Panama, Harry Kane Hattrick, England qualified for the last 16 of the World CupHarry Kane scored a hat-trick as England squeezed Panama 6-1 in Group G’s 2018 World Cup final at Nizhny Novgorod Stadium on Sunday (24/6).

Kane scored two goals from the white point in the first half, while another took place in the second half.

With a total of five goals, the Tottenham Hotspur striker has now surpassed Cristiano Ronaldo’s record as the temporary survivor of the World Cup.

This victory also makes England now qualify for the round of 16 with a notch six points, the same as Belgium. England won 2-1 against Tunisia in the first game, while Belgium won 3-0 over Panama and 5-2 against Tunisia.

In the last game, England will face Belgium which has also been confirmed to qualify for the Big 16 to ensure the group’s top status.

King of the Dead Ball

Against Panama, England appear dominant. They managed to keep the distance between these lines and successfully utilize the scheme of dead ball to break into the opponent’s goal.

England took the lead in the 8th minute thanks to John Stones’ header, capitalizing on Kieran Trippier’s perfect corner kick.

Stones that broke into the penalty box managed to escape from the guard Murillo who guard it with man-to-man system. Stones hard header also successfully ripped goalkeeper Jaime Penedo.

England added advantage over a white spot after Jesse Lingard was dropped in the penalty box when receiving a gastric bait from the center.

Kane who is appointed to be the executioner performs his duties perfectly.

In the 36th minute The Three Lions added advantage thanks to Lingard’s splendid goal. Outside the penalty box he had time to feed each other with Raheem Sterling and then finish the opportunity with a hard kick into the right corner of goal.

Four minutes later, England again successfully add a goal through John Stones header.

In the final minutes of the first half, England again got a penalty after Kane was pushed in the forbidden box. Kane who returns to the executioner sends the ball into the same spot into Penedo’s goal.

In the second half, England added a goal through Kane in a unique goal process. Starting from kicking Ruben Loftus Cheek from outside the penalty box, the ball hit Kane who stood parallel to the Panama defense.

The ball that turns direction then slid into the Penedo goal.

Panama had time to reduce the lagging foot through Felipe Baloy. The 37-year-old who entered as a substitute grabbed a free-kick from outside the penalty box.

Baloy was instantly crying because of the success of Panama’s first goal in the history of the World Cup. Baloy was now a temporary record as the oldest goalscorer in the 2018 World Cup