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Internationals - Kane on target in England's six-goal thriller against Germany

Mon 26 September 2022, 22:30|Tottenham Hotspur

Harry Kane slotted home his 51st goal for England as the Three Lions looked set for a memorable comeback victory against Germany in the UEFA Nations League on Monday evening.

The skipper fired his side into a 3-2 lead with another masterful penalty on 83 minutes after they had trailed 2-0 with 67 minutes on the clock at Wembley. However, Kai Havertz burst the bubble four minutes later for a final 3-3 scoreline.

Earning his 75th cap, Harry was again joined in the starting line-up by Eric Dier, now up to 47 caps after starting both matches on his return to the squad.

Harry went close in an even first half, but it looked grim for Gareth Southgate's men when Ilkay Gundogan slotted home from the penalty spot following Harry Maguire's trip on Jamal Musiala seven minutes into the second half. Havertz curled home for 2-0 on 67 minutes but England responded with three goals in 12 minutes from Luke Shaw, Mason Mount and then Kane's unstoppable spot-kick. Unfortunately, Nick Pope then spilled Serge Gnabry’s shot and Havertz tapped home for 3-3.

Already relegated from UEFA Nations League League A, Group 3, England's next fixture will be their 2022 World Cup opener against Iran in Qatar on 21 November.

Elsewhere on Monday, Destiny Udogie played 45 minutes as Italy Under-21s drew 1-1 in a friendly against Japan while Jamie Donley and Alfie Dorrington featured as England Under-18s beat Belgium 2-0 in Spain. Donley started and set up the opener for Amario Cozier-Duberry in his 74-minute shift. Dorrington came off the bench on 77 minutes. Luca Gunter was an unused substitute.

Tuesday 27 September

Heung-Min Son – South Korea home friendly against Cameroon – kick-off 12pm
Rodrigo Bentancur – Uruguay friendly against Canada in Slovakia – kick-off 5pm
Richarlison – Brazil friendly against Tunisia in France – kick-off 7.30pm
Matt Doherty and Troy Parrott – Republic of Ireland home UEFA Nations League match against Armenia – kick-off 7.45pm
Dejan Kulusevski – Sweden home UEFA Nations League match against Slovenia – kick-off 7.45pm
Pape Matar Sarr - Senegal friendly against Iran in France
Kallum Cesay - Sierre Leone away friendly against DR Congo
Ryan Sessegnon, Oliver Skipp and Djed Spence – England Under-21s home friendly against Germany – kick-off 7.45pm
Josh Keeley – Republic of Ireland Under-21s away European Under-21 Championship qualifier against Israel – kick-off 6.15pm
Dane Scarlett – England Under-20s tournament match against Australia in Spain – kick-off 4pm
Aaron Maguire – Republic of Ireland Under-19s European Under-19 Championship qualifier against Hungary in Wales – kick-off 6pm

Wednesday 28 September

Cristian Romero and Giovani Lo Celso – Argentina friendly against Jamaica in USA – kick-off 1am
Davinson Sanchez – Colombia friendly against Mexico in USA – kick-off 3am