Tottenham duo Harry Kane and Eric Dier starred for England as they came from two goals behind to beat Germany 3-2 last night.
Trailing to goals from Toni Kroos and Marion Gomez in Berlin’s Olympiastadion, Kane started the comeback with a neat finish on 61 minutes, before Leicester’s Jamie Vardy equalised 16 minutes from time.
Just when it looked as though both sides would settle for a point, Spurs star Dier latched on to a cross from Jordan Henderson to power home a header in the last minute.
To cap a great night for Spurs players, Deli Alli also impressed with a dazzling display for Roy Hodgson’s side although he was guilt of missing a great chance before Dier got the winner.
Â“ItÂ’s an amazing feeling to score for England and one that I wonÂ’t forget, itÂ’s probably the best feeling I have felt thus far in my career and itÂ’s a very proud moment for me and my family,” Dier said.
Â“I thought the team showed great character and stayed positive to come back, too. Once we got one goal back, everyone had the belief that we could go on and win.Â”
Danny Rose also impressed, and Dier admits it was nice to celebrate with his Spurs team-mates at the end.
Â“It was the best way for it to happen, to be with the boys from Spurs,Â” he added. Â“We enjoyed a nice moment at the end of the game Â– all that was missing was Walks being on the pitch too!”