Raheem Sterling scored a 90th-minute penalty as 10-man England earned a late Nations League win at Iceland, who also ended the game a man down.
Sterling's low shot was blocked on the line by the arm of Sverrir Ingason, who was sent off, with the Manchester City forward converting from the spot.
In a thrilling finish, Iceland themselves were given a penalty in injury-time, but Birkir Bjarnason blazed his chance to equalize way wide.
Iceland have the chance to level from the spot immediately after @sterling7's goal, but Birkir Bjarnason blazes over.— England (@England) September 5, 2020
England created very little during the contest and had defender Kyle Walker sent off with 20 minutes remaining for a dangerous lunge.
Gareth Southgate's side faces Denmark in their second group game on Tuesday.
In other matches:
- Azerbaijan 1-2 Luxembourg
- Cyprus 0-2 Montenegro
- North Macedonia 2-1 Armenia
- Estonia 0-1 Georgia
- Gibraltar 1-0 San Marino
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