Germany 1-1 England LONG LIVE! Kane goal – League of Nations result, match stream and latest updates today

Harry KaneGareth Southgate’s late point kick secured Gareth Southgate’s men hard fought League of Nations a draw in Germany when the captain became the second man to score 50 goals for England.

The Three Lions have arrived in Munich looking to replicate last summer’s memorable Euro 2020 win over Die Mannschaft and return from Saturday’s shock loss to unimaginable Hungary.

The second of four Nations League matches in this 11-day slogan also looked set to end in defeat after Jonas Hofmann struck out for Germany, who have been undefeated since that last-16 defeat at Wembley.

However, Kane found time to score a penalty and then step up to send it and win a 1-1 draw for England.

Molineux matches against Euro 2020 final enemies Italy and Hungary follow in the next week after a night that ended high, two of only four matches that England has before the World Cup starts later this year.

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Kane makes England back on the road

If Harry Kane were to pick a moment to score his 50th England goal, then you suspect he would be near the top of his list tonight.

For about 80 minutes or so it looked like England were on their way to back-to-back defeats, with Jonas Hofmann putting Germany ahead after a chic move in the 50th minute.

It was no more than they deserved in the balance of play and really Hansi Flick will be disappointed, his side did not win this game.

But when you have Kane leading the line for you, then you are always in the game, just ask Tottenham.

Click here for the full analysis of Simon Collings’ match

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English player ratings

Bukayo Saka – 5

Almost anonymous for 45 minutes, then lived through two decent efforts in a first-half stoppage time. Poor again after the break.

Raheem Sterling – 6

Won his 75th cap and tried to take a game to Germany but was relatively calm returning from illness until a Grealish arrival prompted a change in and some clever connection.

Jack Grealish (Mason Mountain 73 ‘) – 7

An introduction immediately kicked off England’s best period of second half. Put on two terrible chances for Kane and will definitely start against Italy.

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Harry Kane’s post-match thoughts

“It’s a really nice feeling. I had a few early chances and thought it might be one of those days.

“We went on, and played our best football in the last half hour. It’s good to reach the goal and it’s just a pity we didn’t hit it in the end.

“I love scoring goals, especially for my country. It’s good to be back and now we have two games at home.

“Even going 1-0 back, it showed good character away against a very good side. The World Cup will be here before we know it, so we have to keep doing well.”


Harry Kane is now in second place on his own, the all-time leading scorer for England.

He was tied with Sir Bobby Charlon at 49, but he is now only the second ever game to reach the half-century mark for the Three Lions.

Only Wayne Rooney to go for Kane now – he holds the record for 53 goals. It may not last long!


England are still sitting at the bottom of their Nations League group, after two matches.

However, they will look to change that next week – home matches against Italy and Hungary will come at Molineux.


Simon Collings at the Allianz Arena


FT: Germany 1-1 England

It ends a level in Munich when Kane comes out of England out of trouble late.

The England captain won the penalty, won the penalty and scored a point for his side. That is now 50 England goals for Kane.

There are four games left until the World Cup!


90 + 2 minutes: Bellingham down demanding the ball is thrown out. Germany could not care less and Bellingham later rises.

Crazy conclusion to this match!


90 minutes: Grealish cuts it back, Kane free in the box but he swings at a thin air. Great opportunity!

Four minutes added and England are on the charge.

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