England comes from behind to beat Germany 3-2 in Berlin

Germanys Mario Gomez, right, celebrates after scoring his side's second goal during a friendly soccer match between Germany and England in Berlin, Germany, Saturday, March 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Gero Breloer)

BERLIN (AP) Jamie Vardy scored his first England goal two minutes after coming on as a substitute and Eric Dier scored in injury time to beat Germany 3-2 and preserve the team's unbeaten record in Berlin on Saturday.

Vardy, who came on in the 72nd minute, produced an audacious flick with his right heel behind his left leg to send Nathaniel Clyne's cross inside the near post to equalize, and Dier clinched the winner with a header in the first minute of injury time.

Toni Kroos opened the scoring just before halftime and Mario Gomez made it 2-0 to Germany just after with his first international goal since Euro 2012, but Harry Kane sparked the comeback four minutes later with a fine turn and shot inside the far post.