JADON SANCHO scored twice on a crazy night for England — then dedicated the goals to his nan.
The Three Lions conceded after just 34 seconds following Michael Keane’s howler.
But Gareth Southgate’s men rallied in a roller-coaster clash to continue their perfect start to Euro 2020 qualification.
Borussia Dortmund superkid Sancho, 19, said: “I’m really happy to score my first goals for England.
“It means a lot to me and my family. My goal is dedicated to my nan who was a big fan but sadly she passed away. It was a crazy game — five goals.
“It was a good run from Raheem and he found me and I was happy to slot it home.
“We had to keep going after conceding so early.
“It was a bad mistake from us — but we learnt from that and it was a great comeback.”
England were 5-1 up by half-time with Sancho bagging two on his first competitive start.
And Manchester City ace Sterling — who created both Sancho’s goals — grinned: “Jadon was in my room last night begging me to square one to him.”
But England skipper Kane saw a second-half penalty saved by Nottingham Forest keeper Aro Muric.
The Tottenham talisman had netted eight spot-kicks in a row before that.
And Harry Maguire later gifted Kosovo a penalty when he brought down Vedat Muriqi who scored from the spot.
Valon Berisha got two for the visitors — the first after Keane’s blunder pass — while Mergim Vojvoda put through his own net.
It means Gareth Southgate’s entertainers have scored NINETEEN goals in their four qualifiers.
But boss Southgate was left scratching his head over some of their loose-cannon defending.
He admitted: “It was a bizarre game.
“There were ridiculous mistakes, poor decisions, lack of covering back.
“We just made the game really uncomfortable for ourselves.
“They were poor errors for the goals — but I’m really pleased with the composure we showed to come back from the early mistake.
“There was devastating attacking play and our forwards were a real threat.
“The mistakes were obvious and the defending has got to be better.
“The players don’t really need me to tell them that but we have mentioned it.
“The outstanding parts of our game were obvious, the errors were obvious.”