Soccer Football - World Cup - Group G - Tunisia vs England - Volgograd Arena, Volgograd, Russia - June 18, 2018 England's Harry Maguire celebrates after the match REUTERS/Sergio Perez
World Cup - Group G - Tunisia vs England
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Two years ago during the European Championship, Harry Maguire was a fan in France watching his beloved England.That's some turnaround, especially as Maguire only made his international debut last October and plays for a team that hovered in the middle of the Premier League for most of last season. It was from Maguire's headed pass that the other Harry -- Kane that is -- nodded in for England's winner in stoppage time.Maguire said getting the late winner could prove to be a bigger positive for the England lineup than winning the game by a comfortable margin. Maguire is exactly the kind of player coach Gareth Southgate wants in his ranks -- young and unburdened by the failures of the recent past -- as he seeks to change the narrative around the English national team following an era of underperformance.
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