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England draw with Scots in WC18 qualifier

Press Association logoPress Association 10/06/2017

Harry Kane's stoppage-time goal gave England a 2-2 draw with Scotland in World Cup qualifying.

Tottenham's Kane volleyed home Raheem Sterling's long cross in the 93rd minute to cap off a frantic finish at Glasgow's Hampden Park in the 114th duel of the rivals.

It followed a pair of late free-kicks from Scotland's Leigh Griffiths that cancelled out the opener from substitute Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

"To be 2-1 down in stoppage time, to get that goal is special," Kane told ITV.

"I was trying to get a good contact on it and side-footed into the net.

"It is a good point away from home. Scotland is no easy place to come."

Unbeaten England remain top of Group F on 14 points, two more than Slovakia and three clear of Slovenia.

Scotland are six points back in fourth place with four qualifiers left.

In other European World Cup qualifiers, Sandro Wagner scored a hat-trick as Group C leaders Germany stretched their perfect record to six games with a 7-0 win over San Marino in Nuremberg.

Julian Draxler's early effort set the Germans on their way and a brace from Wagner and a fourth for Amin Younes put them four goals clear by the break.

Shkodran Mustafi increased Germany's lead early in the second half and Julian Brandt headed the sixth before Wagner completed his hat-trick - and the German scoring - with a header of his own five minutes from time.

In the same group the Czech Republic were held to a 1-1 draw at struggling Norway, Theodor Gebre Selassie's first-half strike cancelled out by an Alexander Soderlund penalty.

Robert Lewandowski also netted a hat-trick as Poland maintained their six-point lead at the top of Group E with a 3-1 win over Romania in Warsaw.

Stevan Jovetic was another hat-trick hero as Montenegro held onto second place in the same group with a 4-1 win over Armenia in Podgorica.

Slovakia clung onto second place in Group F with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Lithuania in Vilnius, goals from Vladimir Weiss and Marek Hamsik giving the visitors the points before Arvydas Novikovas hit a stoppage-time consolation.

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