Kane’s hat-trick put him out ahead in the race for the Golden Boot.
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"We believe in miracles ... you sixy things," The Sun declared, paying homage to a Hot Chocolate hit from the 1970s, on its front page over an image of players celebrating Sunday's 6-1 win over Panama, England's biggest ever at a World Cup.Having mustered just one point and two goals in their disastrous 2014 World Cup campaign, England are flying in Russia, already into the Round of 16 with two wins out of two, eight goals, and the tournament's top scorer in Harry Kane. Former England midfielder and new Derby manager Frank Lampard, a mainstay of the "golden generation" of big-name underperformers, said Gareth Southgate's team could now lift the trophy.Amid the joy, some England fans warned against getting too carried away after victories over Panama – ranked 55th in the world – and lowly Tunisia in the opening game.
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