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World Cup day 11 in a nutshell: Record-breaking England, Panama's first World Cup goa
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maxbet We round up Sunday's talking points from Russia, with England breaking records, Panama celebrating and even a comedy song.Each day during the tournament, we will be pulling together all the big stories and best reaction right here in a nutshell, so you do not miss a thing.Here are the highlights from day 11 at the World Cup.

England 6-1 Panama
Harry Kane scored a hat-trick as England swaggered to the World Cup knockout stage with a game to spare after routing Panama 6-1 in Nizhny Novgorod.A record World Cup haul had come in a remarkable first half as John Stones scored twice from set-pieces (8, 40), Kane lashed two penalties (22, 45+1) and Jesse Lingard found the top corner with a curling strike (36).

Kane knew little about his 62nd-minute third, diverting Ruben Loftus-Cheek's shot in via his heel, but a World Cup treble takes him top of the goalscoring charts in Russia, as well as putting him in illustrious England company alongside Gary Lineker and Sir Geoff Hurst.

maxbet Panama were as naive as they were robust in the sweltering heat, but the first-timers were afforded some consolation cheer when 37-year-old substitute Felipe Baloy pounced 12 minutes from time.

Japan 2-2 Senegal
Keisuke Honda was Japan's hero once again as he rescued a 2-2 draw with Senegal as the two teams remained joint-top of World Cup Group H.In a game of goalkeeping errors, Senegal took an early lead when Eiji Kawashima turned Youssouf Sabaly's shot into the body of Sadio Mane for a goal he knew little about after 11 minutes.

Senegal had the better of the first half, and Japan offered little until Takashi Inui's curler beat Khadim Ndiaye 34 minutes in.The Asian side would go onto enjoy their best spell of the game just after half-time, but it was cut short when Moussa Wague fired Sabaly's low cross high into the net from a tight angle (71).

Poland 0-3 Colombia
Colombia got their World Cup campaign firmly back on track with a comprehensive 3-0 victory over Poland in their Group H clash.Opening defeats for both sides in Group H meant it was a must-not-lose scenario at the Kazan Stadium and Yerry Mina's first-half goal (40) sent Colombia on their way.

A first World Cup goal for Radamel Falcao (70) and Juan Cuadrado's third (75) put the gloss on a scintillating performance as Colombia boosted their chances of reaching the knockout stage. maxbet


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