IT was coming. The one chance, the final chance to save it for Spain.Isco, that little gem of a forward scored it, after five minutes of stoppage time.This is the mother of all levellers for England.Before that they looked home and hosed, protecting a lead against the former world champions after goals from Adam Lallana and Jamie Vardy.Instead they blew it. They always blow it.This, with England’s suicidal defending, feels like a defeat.They had been so good, in control of the game after Lallana scored for their third successive game for his country.When Vardy scored after the break the feel-good factor was sweeping the nation.Gareth Southgate had promised power and pace. Keep up to date with ALL the England news, gossip and goals on our page plus fixtures, results and live match commentaryIncredibly England managed to combine it with flair and even a touch of flamboyancy.For 89 minutes England, our England, took tika-taka apart at Wembley.Against Spain. World champions in 2010, European champions in 2008 and 2012.Ultimately that pedigree came to their rescue.Iago Aspas created doubt, anxiety and panic when he scored a beauty off off his left foot after 89 minutes.Southgate looked up at the clock. Still 89 minutes.Five minutes… Read full this story
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