Captain Harry Kane scored both goals, including an added-time victor, as the Three Lions got their World Cup campaign off to the flawless start.
As frustrations grew in the second 45 minutes, with players forced to fend off flies in hot conditions, some England fans turned their ire on the referee for apparently ignoring fouls on Kane.
The Wolves fans have tickets for all of England's group games as well as the knock-out stages up to the final if the team progresses.
Harry Kane's injury-time header gave England a dramatic victory in Volgograd as fans from London to Volgograd watched Gareth Southgate's side kick off their World Cup campaign with a 2-1 win over Tunisia.
"You can see he wants me and the team to do well".
It was a remarkable World Cup debut for Kane, who bore the added pressure of the captain's armband and the weight of a nation on his 24-year-old shoulders.
Another part of the recovery was an ice bath session - and Harry Kane's dip took a hilarious turn. He sent lots of love hearts and said: "Come on England".
"We think it was someone who picked it up for a memento, probably to put up on their bedroom wall".
All in good spirits no doubt but there's nothing like the World Cup for fanning the flames even if we're not involved.
And Kane revealed the Spurs manager has been showing his support during the World Cup - in a surprisingly romantic manner.
He took to social media after the game to express his delight at following in the footsteps of players like David Beckham and Bobby Robson.