England have scraped home against Slovakia after a 95th minute winner to Adam Lallana saw the Three Lions grab all three points in Trnava on Monday morning.

It took the visitors until the last kick of the game to break a Slovakian defence that was down to 10-men after former Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel was sent off for a dangerous tackle on Harry Kane.

Lallana saved Sam Allardyce from becoming the first manager in 34 years not to win their first game in charge of England, as England now turn their attention to World Cup Qualifiers against Malta and Slovenia next month.

In the remaining fixture in Group F, Lithuania and Slovenia drew 2-2, while Robert Snodgrass bagged a hat-trick as Scotland accounted for Malta 5-1.

In Group C, Thomas Mueller scored a double and Joshua Kimmich added a third in Germany's 3-0 win in Norway, while the Cezch Republic and Northern Ireland played out a scoreless draw.

Azerbaijan defeated San Marino 1-0 in the group's other game overnight, as a 45th minute goal to Ruslan Gurbanov separated the teams.

Christian Eriksen scored the only goal in Denmark's 1-0 win over Armenia in Group E, as two late goals in Romania saw the hosts draw with Montenegro 1-1.

Robert Lewandowski scored in his sixth straight World Cup Qualifier overnight, although it wasn't enough as Poland had to share the spoils with Kazakhstan after a 2-2 draw.