England drew 0-Zero at Denmark of their Nations League match on Tuesday evening.
The Three Lions virtually gained the sport in stoppage time as Harry Kane rounded Kasper Schmeichel and tried to roll the ball into an empty internet.
Nevertheless, a sliding clearance from Mathias Jorgensen ensured Gareth Southgate’s males wouldn’t obtain the identical outcome as towards Iceland on Saturday.
England’s begin was disjointed as they regarded to regulate to a change in formation though Conor Coady appeared at dwelling at this degree virtually instantly.
The hosts would have the primary first rate effort of the night simply earlier than the 20-minute mark as Kasper Dolberg fizzed a shot simply excessive of Jordan Pickford’s purpose.
England didn’t register a shot within the opening half-hour however Barcelona ahead Martin Braithwaite would go shut for Denmark as his effort whistled broad.
The sport continued alongside the identical path, Christian Eriksen skipping previous Eric Dier to tee up Dolberg – who this time compelled a high-quality save out of Pickford at his near-post.
That proved to be the ultimate probability for both aspect earlier than the half-time whistle – Southgate left with a lot to think about after a ponderous show.
The previous Middlesbrough boss made his first change simply earlier than the hour as Mason Mount changed Jadon Sancho, who had little or no involvement.
A slight tweak to the form following Mount’s introduction gave England extra of an attacking presence, Kane heading over earlier than Schmeichel was compelled to push a Raheem Sterling effort behind.
Jack Grealish was handed his debut for a 15-minute cameo in an try to present England extra creativity and aptitude within the seek for a winner, with Phillips making manner.
Eriksen had an amazing probability with simply 10 minutes to go however the former Tottenham man blazed over from the penalty spot having been picked out with a intelligent knock-down.
With simply moments to go, Kane thought he had gained it for England after rounding Schmeichel however Jorgensen was in the proper place to clear the ball off the road.
The ultimate whistle was blown moments later.