Lewis Dunk helped England snatch a last-minute equaliser at Wembley.

The Albion skipper played the full game as the hosts grabbed a 2-2 friendly draw with Belgium.

His error led to the second Belgian goal and marred an otherwise assured display in the rain.

But, deep in added time, he soared in the penalty area to beat Amadou Onana in the air as Jordan Pickford lofted a long free-kick forward.

After some clever work by James Maddison, Jude Bellingham tucked away the leveller.

Dunk fleetingly thought he had provided an assist for Jarrod Bowen earlier in the game – until the goal was ruled out for offside.

Here is how his fifth England appearance, and fourth start, developed.

0: Dunk is up against Romelu Lukaku, who caused him problems in the Seagulls’ recent defeat away to Roma. The Belgian attacking unit also includes former Albion star Leandro Trossard. Dunk lines up as left-sided centre-back alongside John Stones, with Ezra Konsa at right-back, but things are not to stay that way for long.

2: Dunk gets very tight to Lukaku, who lays the ball off and spins away. But Trossard’s poor delivery ends the attack.

9: Stones goes off and Konsa joins Dunk in central defence with sub Joe Gomez playing at right-back.

11: Youri Tielemans puts Belgium ahead after a loose pass by Jordan Pickford. Dunk is back in a vain attempt to block the shot.

17: Ivan Toney’s penalty brings England level.

19: Dunk, who is seeing more and more of the ball and usually playing it short, looks to vary things with a long pass but it is overhit (or no one made the right run).

27: It looks like a delighted Dunk has an assist as he heads a corner back across goal for Bowen to nod in. But replays show Bowen is offside.

36: Dunk opts to slide and fails to deal with a routine long ball over the top as he is chased by Lukaku, whose subsequent superb cross is converted at the far post by Tielemans’ diving header. TV cameras zoom in on a dejected looking Dunk.

51: A pass is drilled into Lukaku’s feet in the box but Dunk stands strong and comes away with possession.

64: Dunk is happy to protect the penalty area as a low cross comes in and allows Lukaku the difficult shot from outside the box, which he sends off target.

86: England are not really being tested now but Dunk is alert to cut out a ball designed to get sub Michy Batshuayi in behind.

90+5: Dunk wins the first header and Bellingham eventually guides home a deserved last-gasp equaliser.