Now we have more massive games but all winnable games and we will give it our all. "We knew it was going to be tough and credit to them for standing there and getting the two goals, but it was nice to obviously not lose the game".
Montenegro and Denmark remain locked on points in the battle for second place after respective victories, 4-1 at home to Armenia and 3-1 in Kazakhstan.
"There were a lot of positives to take". That's what we've got to show.
"The end for me is a significant moment because the character of the team has to come through in these moments", said England manager Gareth Southgate, whose side face France in a friendly in Paris on Tuesday.
As always, Twitter had something to say about Hart's unusual choice of head-wear and well, we weren't disappointed. "It was like a middleweight fighting a heavyweight".
The Tottenham Hotspur forward, who does not captain his club side, became the fifth captain of Southgate's seven-game tenure after Wayne Rooney, Gary Cahill, Joe Hart and Jordan Henderson at Hampden Park on Saturday and seized his opportunity by scoring the team's 93rd-minute equaliser. "Someone else might not have done that". "We've gave it away cheap and then it's went out wide". It has been a while since I've scored for England and it was special. "It's a disappointing one". There was a great atmosphere and the way the game panned out, it was a good point. "People have said that there is a lack of leaders in this team but I don't think that is the case", added Southgate.
"We should never gotten into that position with the amount of quality in our side".
"That's my personality, hate it or love it, that's who I am, and I wanted to congratulate him".
"Because the difference of where the players play and the standard we were playing against, the gulf was probably the biggest gap I have seen for a wee while in big games which I have won".
Three Lions substitute Oxlade-Chamberlain looked to have set the visitors on course with a 70th-minute opener.
Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored the only goal as Paul Simpson's side defeated Venezuela 1-0 in South Korea, earning England their first World Cup win since 1966.
Fans needed a bit of patience before the sixth arrived courtesy of Julian Brandt, whose first global goal came in the 72nd, and Wagner completed the rout with five minutes remaining. "I was quite late reacting to it, I didn't see it until late on and had to swing an arm at it, but didn't get enough on it to keep it out".