DWIGHT McNeil returned to England Under-21s duty as the Young Lions dropped points for the first time in their Euro 2021 qualifying campaign as they were held to a 3-3 draw in Andorra.

The Burnley winger, who was left out of Aidy Boothroyd's last squad, started for an England side who conceded a last minute goal as Andorra earned a share of the spoils.

The Young Lions went 1-0 down in the 28th minute when Ricard Fernandez's firm strike flew past Aaron Ramsdale.

Skipper Tom Davies equalised with a fine finish just before the interval, teed up by Josh Dasilva, who then put the visitors ahead in the 69th minute.

Fernandez netted again seven minutes later to restore parity, before substitute Eddie Nketiah made it 3-2 to England with eight minutes of normal time to go.

That looked set to be the winner, only for Christian Garcia to secure a point for the hosts in stoppage time.

Group Three table-toppers England, victorious in each of their previous six games in the pool, now require three more points from their final three matches to seal qualification - their next fixture is against Turkey at Molineux on Tuesday.

Boss Aidy Boothroyd named a starting line-up for the contest featuring three debutants in Liverpool's Curtis Jones and Rhys Williams and Manchester United's Brandon Williams.

The team made a slow start, and then had just been applying some pressure when they fell behind shortly before the half-hour mark.

Davies was booked for a foul as he attempted to make the most of a delivery into the Andorran box, and moments later the ball had switched to the other end and was fired by Fernandez past Ramsdale.

As England looked to reply, Sam Surridge sent a header wide before Davies drew things level in first-half stoppage time, striking from just outside the box having received the ball from Dasilva.

Jones had a low shot gathered by Andorra goalkeeper Iker Alvarez early in the second half, and subsequent attempts by Eberechi Eze and Surridge were off target and saved respectively.

A Dasilva finish then gave England the lead following good work from Jones on the right.

Andorra hit back through Fernandez, who followed up when Alex Martinez's header hit the bar, before Nketiah, on for Surridge, was fed by Eze and tucked the ball past Iker.

It appeared a seventh win was in the bag for Boothroyd's side but Garcia then beat Ramsdale with a lofted effort in the dying moments of the game.