As for the new players, both [Roman] Neustädter and [Aleksandr] Golovin showed the level needed in this tournament.
Roy Hodgson, England manager
I have the same emotions as the players. To say we are bitterly disappointed would be an understatement. We were that close to a deserved victory and to lose it with one minute of injury time remaining is a tough pill to swallow, but that happens in football.
When we analyse the game tomorrow there'll be a lot of things we will want to take forward and hopefully we'll be able to put the memory of this last-minute goal behind us.
I thought we were good for the first 45 minutes and the last 30 minutes of the second half. We weren't very good for the first 15 minutes of the second half and allowed them to play too many long balls forward. For 15 minutes we didn't establish the control we had, but we overcame that and re-established control.
I know he [Eric Dier] can do it because I see it in training. The free-kick goal was a corollary of the fact we had so much possession in their half and they were being forced to commit those fouls.
Eric Dier, England midfielder and man of the match
It's disappointing because we were so close to a win in our first game. I thought it would have been well deserved. Our emotions went from a high to a low pretty quickly, but we have more games to look forward to and have to pick ourselves up.
It is one of the best moments I've had in football, a fantastic moment, and to celebrate with our fans who were fantastic around the stadium. I would have taken a win, though, with someone else scoring.
I've seen lots of his [David Beckham's] free-kicks. Ever since I was younger it's something I've enjoyed doing and practised a lot.