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Summary

  1. Kane levels in injury time after Griffiths curls in two free-kicks in final five minutes
  2. Oxlade-Chamberlain scores five minutes after coming off bench
  3. England top Group F, three points above Slovenia; Scotland lie fourth
  4. Dallas drives in late goal for NI
  5. Northern Ireland on 13 points in second in Group C, Azerbaijan fourth
  6. Group winners go to Russia 2018; second place could mean play-offs

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Cricket score?

    Germany v San Marino (19:45 BST)

    How many will Germany put on San Marino tonight?

    We are not staying live I'm afraid, but you can follow the live scores here.

  2. Dallas on his late NI winner

    Azerbaijan 0-1 Northern Ireland

    Northern Ireland's goalscorer Stuart Dallas: "I did not think Jonny Evans had seen me, but that is why he is playing at the highest level - his vision. The ball ran across me and I was tired so I just kept my head down and hit it.

    "If I had hit it better the defender may have blocked it. We maybe didn't deserve to win but in international football you have to take your chances."

  3. Winning words

    Azerbaijan 0-1 Northern Ireland

    Dallas

    Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill: "It was fantastic a way to finish the game - we were out on our feet and looking to get away with a 0-0 draw. Michael McGovern made a couple of saves for us and we felt we would get a chance. Jonny Evans does brilliantly, playing the pass for Stuart Dallas. I am delighted for Stuart as he covered a lot of ground tonight and did everything we asked of him."

  4. Post update

    Scotland 2-2 England

    Pat Nevin

    Ex-Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 live

    I will be absolutely stunned if any Scotland fans were to put their head above the parapet and say they want Gordon Strachan gone after that performance.

  5. 'Taking drive to a new level'

    Scotland 2-2 England

    Strachan

    Scotland manager Gordon Strachan on ITV: "At 60 years old that would have been the best result of my footballing career. The standard we were playing against, the gulf was probably the biggest I've seen.

    "To do what they did was phenomenal. You can't do any more than they did. It was like a middleweight fighting a heavyweight. For Leigh Griffiths to score two goals after the huge amount of work he put in is taking drive to a new level."

  6. 'A game we should win'

    Scotland 2-2 England

    Gareth Southgate

    England manager Gareth Southgate on ITV: "It's a game we should win but two moments of brilliant quality from Leigh Griffiths turned it on its head. We have to have a mentality that we are never beaten and we showed that at the end.

    "The second free-kick is a slip, I'm not sure there is a lot we could have done. We controlled the game completely but if you don't get the second goal you run the risk of an equaliser.

    "We have to be more clinical, that is fair. We got into good positions and didn't finish. The objective is to qualify and we still sit top of the group."

  7. 'A crazy last six minutes'

    Scotland 2-2 England

    BBC Radio 5 live

    England defender Gary Cahill: "It was a crazy last six minutes and obviously it was not ideal for us. One point is not what we wanted but nothing in football surprises me.

    "With the amount of possession we had, the game should have been put to bed by the stage they scored.

    "I am disappointed but it's important we have that never-say-die attitude.

    "There were two brilliantly executed free kicks but we came here to get three points and maybe we lacked creativity from the whole team.

    "We should never gotten into that position with the amount of quality in our side."

  8. What a win!

    Azerbaijan 0-1 Northern Ireland

    Northern Ireland in the play-offs anyone? Just two points behind the world champions...

    Group C
  9. Lionesses purring

    Switzerland women 0-4 England women

    England's women are warming up nicely for next month's European Championship in the Netherlands.

    Goals from Jordan Nobbs, Fran Kirby and a Jodie Taylor double have seen them beat Switzerland 4-0 in a friendly.

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    Gregor Cunningham: Euphoric highs closely followed by pure disappointment, life as a Scotland fan

    Dave Dixon: If that isn't proof Hart is no longer good enough and it's Butland's time to take the gloves I don't know what is

  11. 'It could be a big point'

    Scotland 2-2 England

    Scotland striker Leigh Griffiths on ITV: "It was a tough ask to get back into the game from 1-0 down but we showed what we are about, great resilience but you can't switch off.

    "I practice the free-kicks every day in training. It's not often they come off, it's special. It could be a big point for us.

    "On our day we can match anybody. We know how good this England side are. We have four games left and we could win all of them."

    Leigh Griffiths celebrates
  12. U20 World Cup final

    Venezuela v England (11:00 BST) SUNDAY

    BBC Two

    A reminder that England hope to become world champions as they face Venezuela in the Under-20 World Cup final on Sunday.

    Paul Simpson's side came from behind to beat Italy 3-1 in the semi-finals and are now aiming to make history.

    You can watch the match live on BBC Two and online with coverage starting from 10:50 BST and you can also follow live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.

  13. 'They want to be on holiday'

    Scotland 2-2 England

    Danny Mills

    Ex-England defender for 5 live Sport

    Harry Kane was so quiet until the final moment. The whole England team lacked a little bit of sharpness for me. That three weeks without a game really showed.

    There will be some players who don't really want to be there. They have had a long, hard season and they just want to be on holiday with their families.

  14. Post update

    Scotland 2-2 England

    Pat Nevin

    Ex-Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 live

    Griffiths

    I am afraid it will be impossible to sum up how Scotland fans will be feeling now.

    Those were the highest of the highs for us when we went ahead and then the lows were twice as painful.

    I almost couldn't believe it but then I remembered - we are Scottish. This is what we do.

    I have to add here, Scotland fans were applauded by 99% of the England team and they applauded them back. Isn't that nice to see?

  15. Crowd pleasers

    Azerbaijan 0-1 Northern Ireland

    Loyal fans in Baku...

    Northern Ireland supporters
    Image caption: Northern Ireland supporters celebrated a vital three points for their team away to Azerbaijan
  16. Post update

    Scotland 2-2 England

    Goalkeeper are being scrutinised for all three of those late goals. Should Joe Hart have done better with both Leigh Griffiths free-kicks?

    Should Craig Gordon have come off his line to catch that Raheem Sterling cross before Harry Kane fired in?

    It's a harsh world.

  17. As it stands

    Scotland 2-2 England

    England stay top of Group F. Scotland stay fourth.

    Group F
  18. 'Expect the unexpected'

    Scotland 2-2 England

    England captain Harry Kane: "It is a special day. To be 2-1 down in stoppage time, to get that goal is special. I was trying to get a good contact on it and side-footed into the net.

    "You have to expect the unexpected and we were 2-1 down from nowhere but we found another gear.

    "It is a good point away from home. Scotland is no easy place to come."

    Harry Kane applauds
  19. Post update

    Scotland 2-2 England

    Roddy Forsyth

    Scottish Football Correspondent

    I believe the Tartan Army will back Strachan after this.

    Scotland fans wanted to see heart and passion - they know there are gaps in the technical areas - but they saw that heart today.

    It is a tale of "near and yet so far"...

  20. Post update

    Scotland 2-2 England

    Harry Kane barely had a kick in the second half too. He never looked like missing when it mattered though. His first England goal in more than a year.