How England snatched a point against Germany in Tuesday’s Nations League draw

Harry Kane scored his 50th goal in international football to earn England a 1-1 draw against Germany in Munich.

The home side dominated for much of the game, but England finished strongly and were rewarded when Kane slammed an 88th-minute penalty past Manuel Neuer.

Jonas Hofmann had given Germany a deserved lead shortly after half-time, ramming a shot through Jordan Pickford - who might have done better - after a lovely pass from Joshua Kimmich

Pickford kept England in the game with fine saves from Thomas Muller and Timo Werner before the introduction of Jack Grealish gave England some belated attacking impetus.

Grealish started the move that led to Kane being brought down by Nico Schlotterbeck.

A penalty was awarded after a VAR check, and Kane crashed his kick into the bottom corner.

Despite Kane’s equaliser, England stay bottom of their Nations League group. Their next game is at home to Italy on Saturday, a repeat of last year’s European Championship final.

That match ended in penalty misery for England; tonight’s game had a happier ending.

That's the end of our coverage of tonight's game in Munich, where England earned a point thanks to Harry Kane's 50th goal for his country.

The result turned out pretty well for England, though it wasn't the most convincing performance. Thanks for your company, and please join us for England v Italy on Saturday. Goodnight!

“It’s a really nice feeling [to score his 50th goal]. I had a couple of chances earlier that didn’t go in, so I thought it might have been one of those days. "But we kept going – we probably played our best football in the last half-hour – and it was good to get the goal. Just a shame we couldn’t nick it at the end.