England were sublime against Panama and recorded their biggest ever victory in a World Cup. Here, Sportsmail rounds up some of the things you may have missed from the clash in Nizhny Novgorod.
JAMIE REDKNAPP PLAYER RATINGS: England cruise into the knockout stages of the World Cup after Harry Kane hits a hat-trick in the 6-1 thrashing of Panama in Nizhny Novgorod.
MARTIN SAMUEL AT THE NIZHNY NOVGOROD STADIUM: Here England were: 5-0 up at half-time, as good as in the knock-out stages with a game and a half to spare, coasting at a tournament.
Gareth Southgate's England side thrashed Panama 6-1 on Sunday afternoon in Novgorod to book their place in the last-16 of the World Cup thanks to a first-half blitz.
England enjoyed their biggest ever World Cup victory on Sunday, winning 6-1, and Allardyce was cheering on his former side in St Paul's at the William Hill Arms pub while eating a burger.
JONATHAN McEVOY AT PAUL RICARD: Lewis Hamilton is back in charge of the world championship after Sebastian Vettel’s mistake at the start of the French Grand Prix.
BBC pundits Alan Shearer, Frank Lampard and Rio Ferdinand expressed their delight at England's emphatic first-half display against Panama during their World Cup Group G clash in Russia.
Another supporter wrote: 'If you think that 5-0 against Panama at half time means England are guaranteed to win the World Cup... YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT. IT'S COMING HOME.'
Paul Pogba fears the tournament in Russia might be his last World Cup. 'I'm realistic, we don't know if I'll be called up, maybe other players will be better than me,' the France midfielder said.
England will aim to seal their place in the last-16 of the World Cup with victory over Panama in Nizhny Novgorod on Sunday afternoon. ADAM SHERGOLD brings you live coverage.
Raheem Sterling will keep his place in England’s starting XI for Sunday's clash against Panama. Gareth Southgate’s only change is the inclusion of Ruben Loftus-Cheek for Dele Alli.
Sweden boss Janne Andersson accused the Germans of gloating and 'rubbing his face' in defeat after the goal which puts them back in control of their destiny in Group F.
Toni Kroos scored a last-gasp winner to keep Germany's World Cup hopes alive against Sweden on Saturday night. Germany's dramatic win was, unsurprisingly, a hot topic on social media.
Argentina's 1986 World Cup winner Ricardo Giusti has claimed that he has spoken to Burruchaga, who has admitted that the players would be consulted for the Nigeria game.
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MATT BARLOW AT FISHT OLYMPIC STADIUM: For a short time, just over half an hour including the half-time interval, Germany were on their way out of the World Cup.
SOUTH KOREA 1-2 MEXICO: Javier Hernandez scored his 50th international goal as El Tri ensured their famous victory against Germany wasn't a one-off.
Boateng endured a troublesome first half as Sweden took the lead through Ola Toivonen and his night went from bad to worse as he was sent off in the second half for a second bookable offence.
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Romelu Lukaku's double for Belgium against Tunisia in Moscow on Saturday took his remarkable haul of international goals to 17 in the last 12 months.
IAN HERBERT AT THE SPARTAK STADIUM: Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku were the stars of the show as Belgium dominated Group G opponents Tunisia on Saturday afternoon.
Argentina took to the training pitch once more on Saturday morning as they look to make the most of a lifeline handed to them by Nigeria, whose win over Iceland left Group D wide open.
Enrique retired from football in 2017 and has been working for his brother's scouting agency. But on Instagram on Saturday morning, the Spaniard explained why he had been quiet in the last month.
Naby Keita arrived in Liverpool on Friday night as he finally gets set to join up with his new team-mates after his £53million move from Leipzig. The Reds broke their transfer record last August.
As his No 2 Steve Holland apologised to the squad after appearing to reveal the starting XI, Southgate made the confident claim that his side have been one of the outstanding teams of the World Cup.
BRYAN ROBSON: When I first saw Jesse Lingard I thought he would never make it at Manchester United. It is to his eternal credit that he has proved me wrong.
MARTIN SAMUEL AT ST PETERSBURG STADIUM: The board had just been raised. Six minutes of injury time. Six minutes for Brazil to arrive at the 2018 World Cup. And then they arrived at last.
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero was in no mood whatsoever to hang around after the match as he stormed out of his very brief and heated interview, where he appeared to hit out at Jorge Sampaoli.
IAN HERBERT AT NIZHNY NOVGOROD STADIUM: When the brutal indignity of it all had ended, Lionel Messi was the first off the pitch. He walked with his head down.
Kylian Mbappe was not yet born when the French conquered the world in 1998 but he created his own piece of history with the opening goal against Peru.
Fred has completed his £52million move to Manchester United from Shakhtar. The Brazilian was unveiled as a United player on Thursday afternoon and has penned a five-year deal.
Jurgen Klopp has taken a bit of time for himself after a busy pre-season with Liverpool. The Reds play no fewer than nine pre-season fixtures this summer, including a clash with Torino.
IAN HERBERT AT THE KAZAN ARENA: It was about as visceral a challenge as football can present: an attritional contest played out to the relentless, infernal sound of Iranian vuvuzelas.
IAN LADYMAN AT THE LUZHNIKI STADIUM: Cristiano Ronaldo was Portugal's hero once again as a slender victory over Morocco pushed them closer to the knockout stages of the World Cup.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Co can make a concerted push towards a top two spot in Group B with a victory. They managed a late draw against Spain in their first match of the tournament.
Georgina Rodriguez saw her man score the winning goal of the game in the fourth minute as Portugal got off to the best possible start at the Luzhniki Stadium on Wednesday afternoon.
MARTIN SAMUEL AT ST PETERSBURG STADIUM: Mo Salah's chance to shine at a World Cup looks over as host nation Russia moved within touching distance of the last 16 with a stunning victory.
Harry Kane's 91st minute winner against Tunisia ignited scenes of euphoria among England fans up and down the country on Monday night.
Chelsea forward Alvaro Morata is making the most of his time off during the World Cup by enjoying a holiday in Sardinia with wife Alice Campello. The forward was left out of Spain's final squad.
MARTIN SAMUEL AT THE VOLGOGRAD ARENA: England won. The best team won. That’s good news, too. England haven’t looked as lively as they did in the opening 45 minutes for a long time.