After the match, Tunisia coach admitted disappointment on the way they lost the game.
England were thankful for Harry Kane's late goal in their 2-1 win over Tunisia on Monday night as the Spurs striker popped up with an injury-time victor in a game plagued by refereeing inconsistency and millions of midges.
England manager Gareth Southgate included Jesse Lingard in the starting lineup, with Jordan Henderson as the solitary England enforcer in the middle of the pitch and left Eric Dier on the bench, as widely expected.
His friend Angus Lawless, 23, also from Stockport, said they found out about the game on Twitter and chose to join in.
"The performance overrides that and maybe we'll be more settled in the next game".
"We still have six points to play for and we have to bring them home, God willing", Msakni, appearing as a matchday analyst for beIN Sports television, said after the final whistle on Monday.
He told BBC Radio 5 Live: "We've got to look at VAR and the reasons why it's so inconsistent". If there's to be anything levelled at us it would be to be ruthless with those.
That comes on top of Brazil's complaints to Federation Internationale de Football Association after they felt they were denied two key decisions in their draw with Switzerland.
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"And in the second half we dominated the game and kept our patience and looked for good opportunities rather than just throwing the ball in the box and hoping". Was there a foul by an attacking player or offside interference?
Next up for England is a match in Nizhny Novgorod against World Cup first-timers Panama on June 24. That needs some review, I would say.
The second half was tense affair but that did not stop fans chanting, as they did for much of the 90 minutes.
"Well, I think if it's a penalty at one end, it has to be one at the other", Southgate said.
Of the goalscorers that day, Steven Gerrard has just moved into management with Rangers and Henrik Larsson can be seen in ITV's studio for this year's tournament, while Joe Cole is out of sight with the North American Soccer League's Tampa Bay Rowdies and Marcus Allback retired in 2013.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker had not scored at a major tournament after drawing a blank at the last European Championship, but Southgate labeled him a "top, top striker" after his man-of-the-match display.
France benefited from a controversial first use of VAR technology at a World Cup as they laboured to a 2-1 win over Australia.