"To do what they did was phenomenal. I don't think there's anything Joe Hart could have done about them and you have to give credit where it is due".
"It was like watching a heavyweight boxer against a middleweight". "Our coaching, youth development and young players get knocked - but why shouldn't young English players be able to achieve?"
Strachan also applauded the contribution of Griffiths.
"Whatever you think about this group of players, I tell you one thing, you can't question their personality, character, commitment". It was just phenomenal.
"Sometimes in global football surprises happen and that was the case".
England seemed on course for a routine victory when Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain gave it the lead shortly after coming off the bench.
"[The goal] is definitely up at the top, it was a special day", Kane said on ITV.
The 23-year-old said: "It looked like we're going to win the game and all of a sudden, it looks like we're going to lose".
"To get the goal was special".
"When I first came into the England squad, Wayne was great with me".
"You have short-term objectives in winning individual games but in the background a lot of the work we're doing is to start to prepare us for the finals".
"You have to expect the unexpected and we were 2-1 down from nowhere, but we found another gear". Tom Heaton has had an outstanding season and we've got to make sure people feel involved. We have got leaders in the team, and it is just that I am wearing the armband. However, he felt sorry for Griffiths and believes the Scots should have won the match.
A sparky opening had filtered out throughout the first 45 minutes apart from Kane's chances.
"We have to keep the ball better, because we were (breaking) in a three-on-one attack".
Harry Kane's injury-time equaliser did more than earn England another point on the road to next year's World Cup in Russian Federation, it was also a "huge moment" in the young team's growth, manager Gareth Southgate said.
England looked more unsafe on the rare occasions they got their opponents turning and Kane had another half chance, with Craig Gordon stranded after coming out of box to head away a long ball.
"I'm really pleased with the level of training and we'll have to transfer that into the game", said Southgate, as per the BBC.
The first proper chance came on 17 minutes when Kane - skippering England for the first time - beat the offside trap with lovely control inside Kieran Tierney, but blasted a left-footed half volley over the bar.
England hardly sparkled against an industrious and spirited Scotland side in the Group F qualifier but Southgate believes they showed they have the right personality to get results in testing environments.
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