Saka double helps England to opening World Cup win! | #shortsfifaworldcup

Saka double helps england to opening world cup win! | #shortsfifaworldcup

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Watch Saka’s first goal as he scores two in England’s 6-2 win over Iran to get their FIFA World Cup campaign off to a blistering start!

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