Tottenham International Update: Dier and Kane net for England as Wimmer plays in Austria win

Tottenham's Eric Dier managed to grab a 91st minute winner against the reigning world champions whilst Kevin Wimmer starred for the second half as Austria became 2-1 victors over Albania.

Tottenham International Update: Dier and Kane net for England as Wimmer plays in Austria win
Eric Dier celebrates a famous winner (Sky Sports)

There were impressive performances from Tottenham Hotspur players, following some excelelnt Premier League form in recent times.

Eric Dier and Danny Rose started for England for the first time –delivering impressive performances as well. Harry Kane and Dele Alli were also on show in the 3-2 win over Germany.

Kevin Wimmer also continued his club form for Austria after replacing Leicester City's  Christian Fuchs just after the break.

Spurs boys thrive in England shirts

England recorded a triumphant victory on Saturday night whilst playing the reigning World Champions. Toni Kroos opened the scoring before Mario Gomez doubled Germany's lead with a bullet header.

Never mind the score line at this point, England had played a very good game thus far – and there was no shame in losing to a team with the quality that Germany possess.

However, a very well taken Harry Kane goal sparked what would eventually become one of the most famous comebacks against a very active England rival.

The Spurs forward showed his Premier League abilities and confidence and put them to the international stage, he executed a Cryuff turn before he placed the ball into the bottm left corner past Manuel Neuer.

After Jamie Vardy equalised with a well timed back heel flick, England won a corner which was floated near post where Tottenham’s Eric Dier rose above all the German defenders and put the ball into the back of the net.

Never mind the brilliance of the goals netted by Kane and Dier – Danny Rose and Dele Alli also displayed healthy performances.

Jamie Vardy equalises with a brilliant back heel goal (Independent)
Jamie Vardy equalises with a brilliant back heel goal (Independent)

Fans surprised with no start for Wimmer

Tottenham’s Kevin Wimmer has been almost clone like ever since Jan Vertonghen’s injury against Crystal Palace back in late January, and the 23-year-old Austrian has fit in immensely to the best defence in the Premier League this year, leaving fans shocked when they found out that he did not cement a starting position against Albania.

He was subbed on in the 46th minute for Christian Fuchs, just one minute before Albania’s Ermir Lenjani scored to pull one back.

Austria went on to win the game 2-1.