Vardy plundered the winner from close range with eight minutes left, having moved into a centre forward role, where he looks most comfortable.Danny Rose has been a revelation for Spurs this season, but he showed his vulnerability here, failing to spot the runner in behind him in the move that led to Turkey's equaliser.Improved thereafter, but Ryan Betrand will fancy his chances of starting England's Euro 2016 opener at left-back.

Jamie Vardy ensured England got their final Euro 2016 preparations off to a winning start as Roy Hodgson's men overcame Turkey in Manchester.

The game began well when Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane put the Three Lions ahead after just three minutes at the Etihad Stadium - despite appearing to be offside.

The hosts' lead did not last long though, after Bayer Leverkusen star Hakan Calhanoglu celebrated a historic equaliser on 13 minutes, with what was the first-ever Turkish goal against England.

Jamie Vardy's pace caused the Turkey defence problems in the second-half, however, and the Leicester City forward was awarded a penalty in the 70th minute.

His strike partner Kane stepped up to take it yet surprisingly missed it with his effort hitting the outside of the post.

Vardy came to the rescue on 83 minutes when he smashed the winning goal into the roof of the net following a scramble from a late corner.

David Mc Donnell was at the Etihad to watch the game - here are 5 things we learned: Jamie Vardy has enjoyed the season of his career, scoring 24 goals to help Leicester win the title.

He's an out-and-out striker and looked ill at ease playing out on the left, where he was a peripheral figure, until he won the dubious penalty missed by Harry Kane.

With seven of the squad missing, perhaps the apathy was understandable, but it was disappointing nonetheless not to see England sell out the stadium.

Dele Alli's hair-trigger temper, which saw him miss the last three games of the season, surfaced again here, when he grabbed Oguzhan Ozyakup around the neck in the first-half, as well as sliding in late on an opponent in the second-half.

Alli has emerged as one of England's most influential players but will needs to keep a lid on his emotions at Euro 2016 or he could cost England dearly.