Lallana wins it in the 95th minute
Sam Allardyce’s first game in charge ended in a 1-0 England win but the Three Lions left it very late to secure victory.
For much of the World Cup qualifier, it looked like being a very similar match to the one at Euro 2016 that ended 0-0.
Martin Skrtel kept things interesting by picking up an early booking and then was constantly involved in incidents that also looked like a second yellow.
Skrtel sent off
In the end, the former Liverpool defender, now playing for Fenerbahce, was sent off with 35 minutes remaining, for a nasty stamp on England and Spurs striker Harry Kane.
England’s winning goal came in the 95th minute – the latest World Cup qualifying goal ever – and was Adam Lallana’s first for the Three Lions.
Spurs full back Danny Rose was also involved in the build up to a massive win for Sam Allardyce and England as they aim to reach World Cup 2018 in Russia.