Before Monday, he had not scored a goal at a major global finals, but he has put that right now, and in some style.
Mauricio Pochettino has been showing support to Tottenham striker Harry Kane during his World Cup campaign with England. He has made one hell of a start. Now, he's the first Leicester City player to represent the country at the World Cup since Gordon Banks, England's great goalkeeper during its one and only triumph in 1966. No one would have objected if they had been three or four goals up at half-time.
Kane rescued England with his late strike.
Kane was also at the centre of another of the game's major talking points when he was twice grappled to the floor inside the Tunisia area, with referee Wilmar Roldan neglecting to point to the spot despite penalising Kyle Walker for a seemingly lesser offence earlier in the contest.
Harry Kane scored both goals as England beat Tunisia 2-1.
Lukaku and Kane probably have the best chance to win the golden boot in the group stage.
Kohli's good wishes were not in vain as the Tottenham Hotspur striker, who was playing in his first FIFA World Cup match, handed England the lead in the 11th minute and then scored in the second half stoppage time to clinch the game for his team.
"Ronaldo is the best in the world, up there with Lionel Messi, but the challenge is there to be with them".
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"We understand it's going to have to be a team effort to win the trophy".
"I worked hard to get where I am".
Every World Cup in history has featured debuting teams, and Panama is one of two at Russian Federation 2018, along with Iceland, which set an example to follow by holding Argentina to a draw in their opener. I have been itching to get out there and showcase my talent.
"You can say that but, like I said before, we already know that within ourselves", Rashford said.
But after scoring two himself against Tunisia, Kane said: "To be the best player in the world you have to aim high and you can't aim low". The Manchester United forward has more energy tracking back and when he attacks he can go past people with the ball at his feet.
"I think if we have that togetherness we can all drag each other through".
Guessing that 1pm on Sunday for the Panama game might not get quite the same level - but England play Belgium next week on Thursday (28 June) at 7pm, so that could see another stunning TV audience. "I see him on the training field every day".
'If you don't get the win, even though you've done so many things right, that can breed a little bit of doubt.