It was a complete contrast of England against Panama if we recall their opener match against Tunisia. Southgate’s men are back in form as they showed against the CONCACAF nation. They didn’t even only save their pride in their first match against Panama but they have also created history by scoring 6-1. Fans are calling it humiliation as it reflected the highlights of semi-final 2014 between Brazil and Germany 1-7.
Fans took their excitement to another level and started tweeting about it, some are continuously calling, it’s coming home and some says it is an illusion of the English people. Some recalled the 1966th world cup when England not even hosted the world cup, but also won it. According to England’s fan, speculations are high that they are backed with the confidence and ready to tackle the big bulls of the tournament.
A supporter of England posted an interesting tweet, “‘forced to tell my seven-year-old that England will have to play teams better than Panama and that she shouldn’t get used to this. She’s having a chocolate biscuit per goal so things are already getting out of hand.’ Twitter is flooded with humorous talks as for them England is going to change the perception of football pundits this year by taking the Julis Rimet home.
Here are the tweets which have gone viral since England trumps the loudest:
— AutoTrader.co.uk (@AutoTrader_UK) June 24, 2018
— &iwaslikeee♀ (@toekneemontanaa) June 24, 2018
Panama got waxed 6-1 by England. But that Panamanian goal—the first World Cup goal in the nation's history—was one of my favorite moments of the tournament.https://t.co/G1GGRzCvD9
— Grant Wahl (@GrantWahl) June 25, 2018
Harry Kane 🏴 told @bbcsport his hat-trick against Panama 🇵🇦 was “one of his lucky ones”.
— BBC Radio 5 live (@bbc5live) June 25, 2018
This!! This is the reaction of Panama commentators listening to their national anthem being played at the World Cup for the first time.
I know I will feel the same if & when the Indian National Anthem will be played there. Every Indian will feel this way! pic.twitter.com/juzbje7YjI
— Ram Subramanian (a.k.a Voice Of Ram) (@VORdotcom) June 25, 2018
5 things we learned from England🏴 v Panama🇵🇦:
1. It’s coming home
2. It’s coming home
3. It’s coming
5. Is coming home
— Quickly Kevin (@QuicklyKevin) June 25, 2018
FIFA is currently investigating on how Orlando Pirates went to the world cup as Panama 😂
— Nols (@nols_vee) June 25, 2018
They may have shipped nine goals in two games, but these Panama fans are still thrilled to be at the World Cup for the first time pic.twitter.com/uycVXmaXNd
— Goal UK (@GoalUK) June 24, 2018