England captain, Harry Kane has admitted that his team were under heavy scrutiny before their UEFA Nations League clash with Germany on Monday night at Wembley.
Kane said that Gareth Southgate’s men had a ‘point to prove’ against Germany, having gone six games without a win.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker scored from 12 yards to give England their third goal as they fought back from 2-0 down to draw 3-3 with Hansi Flick’s side last night.
“The boys have been under pressure with recent results and we all came out here with a point to prove,” Kane told Channel 4.
“There are lessons we can still learn from the mistakes we made, but we scored three goals and I feel like this will put us in a positive mindset ahead of the World Cup.
“We’re going to have to be ready come the start of the tournament. Major tournament football is different to any other football you play for England.
“The pressure is high and the concentration has to be high and I feel like we respond well to that.”
He added, “We will go away with our clubs and hopefully, everyone goes away fit, strong and ready to come back in November.”