England captain Harry Kane mentioned his aspect needs to be pleased with their 3-3 draw with Germany on Monday evening.
The Three Lions had been 2-0 down by the halfway a part of the second half as Ilkay Gundogan netted a penalty and Kai Havertz struck residence brilliantly from distance.
Nonetheless, Luke Shaw quickly received England again into the sport earlier than Mason Mount equalised after nice work from Bukayo Saka.
Kane seemed to have given his aspect all three factors when he transformed a penalty, however Nick Pope spilt a cross simply 4 minutes later to permit Havertz to seize each his second and a degree for Germany.
“I’m pleased with the boys and now we’ve got a busy six weeks or so earlier than we prepare for the World Cup,” Kane mentioned.
“It was so much higher. I assumed we performed very well, we had been unlucky to go 2-0 behind, it was a mistake after which an awesome purpose from the sting of the field.
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“We did very well to remain within the sport, to get again into it, get into the lead after which sadly one other error. The mentality and struggle of the crew had been on the market. We did not get the win however we will be pleased with what we did and it places us in place forward of the World Cup.”
England have been relegated to League B and their gamers now face a gruelling schedule in October earlier than the World Cup kicks off a month later.