Germany's Joshua Kimmich has expressed his frustration with the tactics employed by England during their 3-3 draw on Monday, claiming Gareth Southgate's side 'didn't want to play'.

After a tight first half at Wembley, Germany found themselves 2-0 up following Ilkay Gundogan's penalty and a stunner from Kai Havertz, only for England to turn the game on its head with three goals in 12 minutes.

And while Havertz capitalised on a mistake by England goalkeeper Nick Pope to snatch a late equaliser, midfielder Kimmich was far from impressed by the Three Lions' tactical setup during the match and his own side's inability to hang onto their lead.