UEFA Nations League: England 3-3 Germany

England roared back from 2-0 down to lead Germany, only to concede late as the two sides played out a thrilling 3-3 draw in a great Nations League game at Wembley.

Iran PressEurope: It was looking bleak for the confidence-hit hosts when Harry Maguire errors had led to an Ilkay Gundogan converted penalty and Kai Havertz beauty but somehow, from 2-0 down, England fought back with a four-minute double from the impressive Luke Shaw and Mason Mount.

Harry Kane's fierce penalty then made it 3-2 as England ended their goal drought in style. Wembley was rocking and believing again - but that atmosphere was suddenly silenced when Pope spilled Serge Gnabry's shot for Havertz to tap in his second and equalize.

Southgate's side were already relegated from Nations League Group A3, and they have now failed to win for six games in a row for the first time in 29 years - but that fightback will at least send supporters away from the national stadium feeling there is still potential to unlock in this group of players, if they can find form and belief before their World Cup kicks off against Iran on November 21.



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