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England-Germany an epic but neither are World Cup favourites


“It was nice to score obviously. There always seems to be a few pressure penalties here at Wembley but it was nice to see that one go in and just a shame we couldn’t get the win but we keep going.”

Key stats (provided by ESPN Stats & Information)

– Luke Shaw’s goal snapped England’s 342-minute scoreless drought (565 minutes in open play).

– Harry Kane has cored in all four career appearances vs. Germany (4 goals). He is also second player to score in…



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