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June 24, 2018
Find out who starred as England coasted to victory and qualified for the next round
England brushed aside a weak Panama side 6-1 to qualify for the last 16 of the World Cup, as Harry Kane netted a hat-trick.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker scored two first-half penalties and deflected in a third after half time as England claimed their biggest win at a World Cup.
Defender John Stones scored twice from set-pieces in the first half, while Jesse Lingard curled in a stunning strike before Panama scored their first ever goal at the World Cup finals.
Kane meanwhile is only the third England player to score a hat-trick at the World Cup.
England face Belgium on Thursday in Kaliningrad in what will be the decider for who tops the group.
Swipe through the slide show above to see how the England players rated.
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