Kane scoring the winner. REUTERS/Darren Staples
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England fought back to qualify for the semi-finals of the UEFA Nations League as Jesse Lingard and Harry Kane scored late goals in a pulsating 2-1 victory over Croatia, who were relegated from Group A4 after suffering defeat at Wembley Sunday. England were themselves facing the drop when Croatia's Andrej Kramaric scored after 57 minutes but substitute Lingard and Kane netted in the 77th and 85th minutes at a vociferous Wembley to turn the group on its head.Lingard poked home and Kane converted Ben Chilwell's free kick to ensure England finished top of a group where all three teams including Spain who started the day top but finished second could have qualified.As England started to dominate, a fine Kane ball sent Raheem Sterling free, only for the Manchester City winger to shoot directly at Croatia keeper Lovre Kalinic while Kane spooned the resulting corner over the crossbar.
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