Harry Kane’s late spot-kick got Gareth Southgate’s men a hard-battled Nations League draw in Germany as the captain turned into the second man to score 50 goals for England.
The Three Lions showed up in Munich hoping to imitate the previous summer’s memorable Euro 2020 triumph against Die Mannschaft and quickly return from Saturday’s shock misfortune to unfancied Hungary.
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The second of four Nations League matches in this 11-day slog also looked set to end in defeat after Jonas Hofmann struck for Germany, who are unbeaten since that last-16 defeat at Wembley.
However, Kane found time to win a penalty and then step up to dispatch it and earn a 1-1 draw for England.