Chris Sutton reacts to Harry Kane’s performance against Scotland

Harry Kane struck for England in injury time after Leigh Griffiths had scored two wonderful free-kicks in the final three minutes of normal time.

Harry Kane is keen to become the permanent England captain after wearing the armband for the first time in the dramatic 2-2 World Cup qualifying draw with Scotland at the weekend.

“When I first came into the England squad, Wazza was great with me”, said Kane.

“But everyone stood up to it”.

“Today we’ve done that”.

“[The goal] is definitely up at the top, it was a special day”, Kane said on ITV. “I think it’s a significant goal for many different reasons”.

Kane revealed that Southgate had only told the 23-year-old he would be captain before training on the Friday.

“It still leaves us top and in a good position because qualifying is all that matters”. Amin Younes and Julian Brandt also scored their first global goals while Julian Draxler and Shkodran Mustafi shared the others as Germany maintained their 100 percent record after six games in European Group C. We have a great point against a very good England side who no doubt will be going to the World Cup.

“I think we do have to win the remaining fixtures”, said Robertson.

“We knew it was going to be tough away from home in an global qualifier and with Scotland doing everything to stay in the World Cup”.

Scotland’s Scott Brown was booked inside three minutes for a late challenge on Dele Alli, followed up with a Livermore cruncher that typified the stunted early exchanges.

Lallana squandered a chance to extend England’s lead when he headed over and the visitors were punished in the 87th minute as Celtic striker Griffiths sent a free-kick arcing over the wall and inside the right-hand post. It was the first time Kane had captained England at the senior level. “There was a real quality finish as well, under pressure, to get the point”, he said. It’s special. It could be a big point for us. I still talk, still shout in the same way.

But with stoppage time approaching the World Cup Group F qualifier sparked into life thanks to the brilliance of Leigh Griffiths.

“We still have a great chance”. It was his first two goals in dark blue but ultimately they failed to provide the win.

Graeme Souness believes the missed opportunity to beat the “Auld Enemy” will “haunt Scottish people for decades”.

“We have to be a team that are never beaten”. Seriously, for decades that will haunt us.

“When we went 2-1 down a few lads could have been on their knees”.

“He led the line brilliantly and Chris Martin came on and did well as well”.

With Gary Cahill and Joe Hart having captained England often in previous years, the odds seem stacked against Kane as he bids to become England captain – something he admits he’d like to do.

Referee: P Tagliavento (Italy).