England’s World Cup campaign is underway and there have been highs and lows already.
Harry Kane put the Three Lions ahead just 11 minutes into the clash with Tunisia, pouncing on a loose ball in the penalty area.
But the scores were controversially levelled when Kyle Walker was adjudged to have fouled in the area a decision backed up by a VAR review.
Ferjani Sassi tucked away the penalty, despite Jordan Pickford getting a fingertip on it.
England were denied a penalty of their own when Kane was brought down, with VAR missing the infringement.
It was level at the break but England will be happy with their performance, with high intensity shown throughout the half and numerous chances missing the mark.