England made a comeback from two goals down and drew against Germany in the UEFA Nations League group stage match. All of the six goals of the thrilling 3-3 game come in the second half.

Ilkay Gundogan and Kai Havertz scored for Germany while Luke Shaw, Mason Mount and Harry Kane scored for England. Here are the 3 things we learned from the game.


England vs Germany 3-3 | 3 things we learned

England Vs Germany 3-3 | 3 Things We Learned

#1: England and Germany are not World Cup favourites. Both sides threw away a match-winning lead in the game. England did not win in the last five matches before this game against Germany. Germany, on the other hand, lost against Hungary in the previous match. This game exposes the defensive vulnerability of both sides.

#2: England lacked control in the centre of the pitch. England has the best-attacking players in their team, including Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling, and Phil Foden. However, the midfield of the England team does not have the ability to control the game and dictate the pacings of the match. As a result, England suffered in getting the balls to their attackers.

#3: Harry Maguire did it again! Harry Maguire was performing well until he gave away a penalty with a reckless tackle. Then, he lost possession and gifted Germany the second goal.

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