Published: Wed, June 20, 2018
Sports | By Brooke Harris

Saudi football team safe after plane engine catches fire at World Cup

Saudi football team safe after plane engine catches fire at World Cup

What do you do when you're on a Russian street at 1am after a World Cup football match with a pile of TV equipment, no taxis anywhere and basic language skills?

His late victor gave England their first win in an opening game at a World Cup since they saw off Paraguay in Germany in 2006.

Rashford, a 68th-minute substitute, said: "There are certainly some decisions where they have to at least check to see if it is a penalty or not".

BBC Sport understands both incidents, which took place at corners, were checked by the video assistant referee.

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All in good spirits no doubt but there's nothing like the World Cup for fanning the flames even if we're not involved.

England had 61% of possession and had 18 shots but missed several clear chances.

So many people have asked to practise their English, gone out of their way to help us and made visiting fans from all nations incredibly welcome.

"It's a massive boost, a massive bonus, we kept going".

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Next up it's Panama in Nizhny Novgorod on Sunday.

He has now scored 15 goals in 25 appearances. Under-used by Jose Mourinho at Manchester United this season, the 20-year-old's pace and readiness to try something different shone brightly against Costa Rica at Elland Road, with his stunning goal reminding Southgate of his ability to be a game-changer.

After the match, Rashford, who replaced Raheem Sterling in the 68th minute, told reporters: "He's been a brilliant leader for us leading up to the tournament, as well as now that we have started the tournament". He's a top forward.

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