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Kazakhstan fought back to earn a 2-2 draw with Poland in Astana.

Poland, quarter-finalists at the recent European Championship, looked like making a winning start to their World Cup qualifying campaign when Leicester summer signing Bartosz Kapustka put them ahead after nine minutes and Robert Lewandowski extended the lead with a 35th-minute penalty.

The game would probably have been beyond the hosts had Arkadiusz Milik's shot gone in, rather than hitting a post, just before half-time but Kazakhstan...

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Late Lallana goal as England edge Slovakia; Germany, Scotland cruise

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Alexis Nunes react to England's 1-0 win over Slovakia in World Cup Qualifying.

Adam Lallana ensured Sam Allardyce's reign as England manager got off to a dramatic winning start with a strike deep into injury time to beat Slovakia 1-0.

Allardyce had looked as though he would have to settle for a deeply uninspiring stalemate in Trnava -- the hosts having held firm in the World Cup Group F qualifier despite Martin Skrtel's sending-off after a nasty stamp on Harry Kane.

However Lallana picked a perfect moment to break his international duck and seal three points.

The Liverpool...

Leicester's Euro 2016 prodigy Bartosz Kapustka enjoys remarkable rise

The ESPN FC crew look at the issues facing Leicester this season.

Here are five things to know about Leicester's new signing Bartosz Kapustka, the 19-year-old Polish prodigy who shone at Euro 2016.

He had a very fast rise to stardom

Few knew about "the little cabbage," as his name is amusingly translated from Polish, when he made his debut for Cracovia as a 17-year-old in March 2014. By September 2015, he was already considered the brightest young prospect in the country, and national team coach Adam Nawalka called him up.

Not only that -- he gave him the No....