Chelsea attacker Kai Havertz found the back of the net twice as England and Germany served up a six-goal thriller in a UEFA Nations Leagueclash played at the iconic Wembley Stadium on Monday.Chelsea star Havertz edged Germany2-0 ahead with an unstoppable strikebefore hosts England showed character to overturn the deficit with three goals and establish a 3-2 lead. Havertz scored again to ensure that the game ended in a stalemate.
Manchester United captain Harry Maguire has been heavily criticised for his poor club form and he was culpable for the opening. The former Hull City and Leicester City centre back was adjudged to have brought down young German midfielder Jamal Musiala via VAR and Manchester City star IlkayGundogan stepped up to convert the resulting spot kick. It took just seven second half minutes for Germany to score the first goal of the match. Around the midway stage of the second half,Havertz scored the first of his two goals.
At 2-0 down, England needed a big lift and it was provided by Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw. The former Southampton youngster halved the deficit for the Three Lions just five minutes after the Germans doubled their lead off the assist from Chelsea right-back Reece James. England drew level three minutes later through substitute Mason Mount after good work from fellow substitute. New Borussia Dortmund signing Nico Schlotterbackwas then penalisedvia VAR for a foul on club teammate Jude Bellingham in the colours of England. Spurs striker Harry Kane converted the penalty to put the English teamahead for the first time in the match. Kane scored the penalty seven minutes from time and he was on the way to being the matchwinner before Havertz pounced on the error from Newcastle United shpt stopper Nick Pope in the England goal to scorethe equaliser for the Germans