England and Germany served up a classic with the English rallying from 2 goals down to lead before eventually playing out an entertaining 3-3 draw in their group game in the ongoing UEFA European Nations League on Monday with all six goals coming in the second half.
Second-half goals from Ilkay Gundogan and appeared to have Germany on their way to victory at Wembley, but use Shaw and and Mason Mount levelled the score in a span of five minutes.
VAR then awarded England a penalty, which Harry Kane converted to give the home side a brief lead, before Havertz tucked away his second of the night to reach the final scoreline following Nick Pope’s error.
Shaw’s goal broke a 565-minute open-play scoring drought for Gareth Southgate’s side, who were relegated to the competition’s second tier following last week’s loss at Italy. The draw keeps England on a six-game competitive winless streak, the third time in its history (1958, 1925-27) with such a mark.
For England, Monday’s game was their final test ahead of the start of their World Cup campaign on Nov. 21 against Iran. Germany have one more pre-World Cup friendly against Oman on Nov. 16 before their opener against Japan on Nov. 23.