Scotland 2-2 England: Late Kane equaliser salvages point

Scotland 2-2 England: Late Kane equaliser salvages point

Scotland 2-2 England: Late Kane equaliser salvages point

England managed to salvage a 2-2 draw against Scotland with a last gasp Harry Kane equaliser, moments after Leigh Griffiths had scored two brilliant free-kicks in the space of two minutes.

Griffiths dragged Scotland back from 1-0 down after 85 minutes, after substitute Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had put the Three Lions ahead, but Kane stole in at the death to put the cap on an incredible final quarter.

Leigh Griffiths scored two late free-kicks - his first worldwide goals - to cancel out Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's opener and leave Scotland on the brink of a crucial win in Group F.

In fact, this decision has now led many to speculate that Kane might be the player to succeed Rooney as overall England captain in the long term.

"It is fundamental to being a top team but it is only one step in that direction, we can still improve in all areas, we all know that, but nevertheless it is a significant moment I think", he said.

"It looked like we would go on and win the game, but out of nowhere they score two free-kicks".

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"Hampden is a tough place to come to and there was a great atmosphere", added the 23-year-old.

Gareth Southgate's Three Lions side had two half-chances in the first half, but they were spurned when Harry Kane miscued a first-time strike after good work from Adam Lallana before failing to capitalise on mistake from Craig Gordon.

"First and foremost they were definitely great free-kicks, "he said".

"You have to expect the unexpected and we were 2-1 down from nowhere but we found another gear". Tom Heaton has had an outstanding season and we've got to make sure people feel involved. The questions around this centre on character, on the ability to withstand events that go against you.

"If we are as committed as we were today, we can get the three points". You need to give people game time; in the past one or two goalkeepers have given up global football because they haven't had the chance.

"I am disappointed but it's important we have that never-say-die attitude".

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"Not only did we discuss how we wanted to play but we discussed how we needed to be if events turned against us".

"Now we've got four massive games, all winnable games".

Southgate told Sky Sports: To come back from 2-1 down with the whole stadium bouncing and the memories that might have brought for the team, they put that to one side and they came through it.

"We proved that on our day we can match anybody".

England's position at the top of Europe Group F weakened as Slovakia and Slovenia both won, but it left Hampden Park relieved to have kept its eight-year unbeaten run in tournament qualifying matches intact. "We know the size of the challenge and it is one we enjoy taking on", he said.

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