File photo dated 18-06-2018 of England’s Harry Kane celebrates scoring his side’s second goal of the game during the FIFA World Cup Group G match at The Volgograd Arena, Volgograd.

England captain Harry Kane headed home an injury-time winner as England secured a dramatic victory in their World Cup group match against Tunisia.

Kane scored his second goal of the game with a clever header as Gareth Southgate’s side recorded England’s first win in the opening game of a major tournament since they beat Paraguay in the 2006 World Cup.

The Three Lions began the game in a strong fashion as Kane score in the 11th minute after Tunisia keeper Mouez Hassen, who went off injured in the first half, expertly kept out John Stones’ header.

England missed a host of good chances before Ferjani Sassi equalised from the penalty spot after Kyle Walker was penalised for an elbow on Fakhreddine Ben Youssef.

Jesse Lingard almost regained England’s lead but his shot trickled towards goal before hitting the outside of the post.

England were unfortunate to not receive two penalties of their own as Kane was wrestled down to the floor twice when inside the penalty area but referee Wilmar Roldan and VAR failed to spot the incidents.

England looked to be missing out on two points before Kane popped up with a late header from Harry Maguire’s flick to secure a deserved victory.

England play Panama, who lost 3-0 to Belgium, in their next Group G game on Sunday, which kicks off at 1pm.

Man of the match – Harry Kane (England)