Football Soccer - Germany v England - International Friendly - Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany - 26/3/16. Eric Dier celebrates with Jamie Vardy (L) after scoring the third goal for England. Action Images via Reuters / Carl Recine
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Jamie Vardy scored his first England goal two minutes after coming on as a substitute and Eric Dier scored in injury time to beat Germany 3-2 and preserve the team's unbeaten record in Berlin Saturday.Toni Kroos opened the scoring just before halftime and Mario Gomez made it 2-0 to Germany just after with his first international goal since Euro 2012, but Harry Kane sparked the comeback four minutes later with a fine turn and shot inside the far post.England has won six and drawn three of the nine games against Germany played in Berlin.England goalkeeper Jack Butland injured himself in the lead-up and had to be carried off before the game resumed.Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer wasn't really tested until the 52nd, when Alli drew a smart save with a fierce strike, before Jordan Henderson had the next effort deflected over.
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