As expected, football is coming home.
It took just 11 minutes for Harry Kane to confirm what we already knew.
Are we getting carried away? Of course we are.
Much of the talk surrounding the build up to England’s opening World Cup game was about how together the squad were under Gareth Southgate.
England’s ‘Golden Generation’ of Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and co were undoubtedly more talented than the current crop.
But every time it came to a major tournament they were crippled by cliques and club rivalries.
On the evidence of how England celebrated Kane’s opener the same criticism can’t be aimed at Southgate’s squad.
Forget the dab. Forget the milly rock. This was a celebration straight off the playground. One, two, three… BUNDLE.
Virtually every England player, aside from Jordan Pickford, rushed in to join the melee.
All for one and one for all.
(It was at this point in writing the piece that Kyle Walker gave away a penalty and Tunisia equalised. England: keeping you on your toes since 1966).