Chelsea star Kai Havertz has scored their first international brace after England play out a 3-3 draw with Germany in six goals thriller at Wembley Stadium on Monday night.

Three Lions fought back from two goals down as they concluded a disappointing UEFA Nations League campaign with Ilkay Gundogan opening the six-goals thriller from penalty. 

Manchester City midfielder convert his spot kick in the 52nd minute after Manchester United skipper Harry Maguire gave away a penalty by bringing down Nigerian descent Jamal Musiala.

Kai Havertz’s superb effort had put Germany firmly in control in the 67th minute before England hit back with two goals in four minutes as Luke Shaw forced the ball in at the far post after 71 minutes.

Arsenal forward Bukayo Saka slalomed past three defenders and fed fellow substitute Mason Mount who brilliantly swept home the equaliser.

England failed to win any single match in the UEFA Nations League.

 

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