In pictures: England and Wales get World Cup campaigns under way

England and Wales kicked off their World Cup campaigns, with fans from both nations flocking to Qatar to take in the action.

Here, the PA news agency tells the story of the day in pictures.

A shuttle flight took Wales fans from the UAE to Qatar
A shuttle flight full of Wales fans left the UAE for Doha ahead of the Dragons’ first World Cup match in 64 years (Bronwen Weatherby/PA)
England fans in the stands ahead of the World Cup opener
Three Lions supporters slowly began to fill the stands as a problem with FIFA’s ticketing app caused some delays at England v Iran (Martin Rickett/PA)
England’s James Maddison (left) and Trent Alexander-Arnold ahead of their World Cup opener
England’s James Maddison (left) and Trent Alexander-Arnold soaked up the pre-match atmosphere (Martin Rickett/PA)
England captain Harry Kane leads warm-up
Captain Harry Kane led England’s warm-up (Adam Davy/PA)
David Beckham watches England v Iran
Former England captain and Qatar ambassador David Beckham was in attendance (Nick Potts/PA)
Olly Murs and England fans react at BOXPARK Wembley
Singer Olly Murs joined England fans at Boxpark Wembley in London (John Walton/PA)
Iran goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand was forced off early on after suffering a head injury - though he briefly attempted to play on
Iran goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand was forced off early on after suffering a head injury – though he briefly attempted to play on (Mike Egerton/PA)
England’s Jude Bellingham rose to open the scoring against Iran
England’s Jude Bellingham rose to head home his first international goal and open the scoring against Iran (Mike Egerton/PA)
Bukayo Saka celebrated scoring England's second goal
Bukayo Saka celebrated scoring England’s second (Nick Potts/PA)
Raheem Sterling scores for England
Raheem Sterling made it three for England before the break (Adam Davy/PA)
Saka scores his second goal against Iran
Saka completed his brace to extend the Three Lions’ advantage to 4-0 (Martin Rickett/PA)
Substitute Marcus Rashford restored England's advantage to four
Iran clawed one back through Mehdi Taremi, but substitute Marcus Rashford restored England’s four-goal advantage (Martin Rickett/PA)
England fans at Boxpark Wembley celebrate as the goals continued to flow
England fans at Boxpark Wembley celebrate as the goals continued to flow (John Walton/PA)
Jack Grealish celebrates England's sixth goal
Jack Grealish made it 6-1 for Gareth Southgate’s men (Martin Rickett/PA)
Mehdi Taremi scores a late penalty for Iran
Taremi beat Jordan Pickford from the spot with the last kick of the game (Martin Rickett/PA)
FIFA World Cup 2022
Wales fans took over La Parisienne bar in Doha (Jonathan Brady/PA)
USA v Wales – FIFA World Cup 2022 – Group B – Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium
Gareth Bale and team-mates line up for the national anthem (Martin Rickett/PA)
Fans watch USA v Wales – FIFA World Cup 2022
Wales fans at the 4TheFans Fan Park at The Tramshed, Cardiff (Ben Birchall/PA)
USA v Wales – FIFA World Cup 2022 – Group B – Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium
Timothy Weah gave the USA the lead (Martin Rickett/PA)
USA v Wales – FIFA World Cup 2022 – Group B – Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium
Wales fans nervously watched their team (Nick Potts/PA)
USA v Wales – FIFA World Cup 2022 – Group B – Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium
Bale won and scored Wales’ penalty to seal a 1-1 draw (Martin Rickett/PA)
USA v Wales – FIFA World Cup 2022 – Group B – Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium
Celebrations on the pitch (Nick Potts/PA)
Fans watch USA v Wales – FIFA World Cup 2022
And back home in Cardiff (Ben Birchall/PA)