England's dramatic victory in their first game of the World Cup catalysed a remarkable surge in activity on social media about the game - peaking at 52,000 tweets per minute after Harry Kane's late victor.
Depending on timings, if England got through to the knockout stages then that could surely go even higher.
"Like I said before, it's a platform for us to build on and we have to improve the performances which will ultimately get the three points". "There's plenty of goals I've seen all over this team and I think if everyone's chipping in and pulling in the same direction it just sets us up right for the next game". "What pleased me was that we kept the control and composure", he told reporters. "The players have to show what they can do but I am convinced that we can do it", said Neuer at the German team hotel.
"He always leads by example and there's no better way to do it than by scoring goals, like he has been doing".
The pair are said to be competing for the same position to be playing alongside Tottenham's Harry Kane as the Three Lions aim to go as far as possible in the global competition.
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The Tottenham striker now has eight goals from six games as captain of the national side and 10 in eight under Gareth Southgate's stewardship.
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England got off to a winning start in Group G of their World Cup campaign, 2-1.
But it was a good result, and we should not take it for granted - we have only won our opening game at a World Cup on three occasions in the past nine times we have qualified.
"It was a good start to the tournament and it certainly gives us a platform to build on throughout the tournament", Rashford said.
If Alli is not fit enough to play the second group game, Ruben Loftus-Cheek is likely to replace him in one of the two advanced midfield positions in front of Jordan Henderson. "So I'm delighted he scored two goals and hopefully there's many more for him to come in this tournament". "We have not done well in recent years, so there is not much else that could go wrong".