England have advanced to the UEFA Nations League semifinals thanks to a dramatic come from behind win. It was Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane who led the comeback with an assist on Jesse Lingard’s game-tying goal and a late winner to send the Three Lions through.
With just 15 minutes left, it appeared as if England were set to be relegated from their three-team group with Croatia leading 1-0. However, they roared by at Wembley and enacted a bit of revenge against the team that ended their miraculous World Cup run during the summer.
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#Inglaterra 2-1 #Croacia
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Harry Kane marcó a 5 minutos del final y los ingleses clasificaron para la fase final, España quedó eliminada y Croacia descendió a la Liga B.pic.twitter.com/kSqL7n8oND
After having a hand in the tying goal minutes before, the Spurs striker got on the end of a Ben Chilwell ball into the box and turned in the winner to send the England fans into delirium. What a moment for Kane, who had previously been struggling with form on the international level since the World Cup.
England will now play in the four-team Finals that will take place in June.