Eric Dier described his joy at scoring a stoppage-time winner as England completed a remarkable comeback to beat world champions Germany 3-2 in Berlin on Saturday.
Dier got on the end of a superb Jordan Henderson corner to beat Manuel Neuer at the near post to score his first goal for England, who had fallen 2-0 down before goals from Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy drew the visitors level.
And Kane's Tottenham team-mate Dier revealed the the corner routine that led to the winner was no fluke.
"I told Jordan Henderson to put the corner to the front post, he had put a few to the back post," he told ITV after the game.
"He put it right there and I got my head to it. I'm delighted."
Dier was playing just his third game in Roy Hodgson's new-look England squad and will hope to feature again versus Netherlands on Tuesday.
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