England continued to press forward with Mount busy. From his pass, another debutant, Arsenal full-back Bukayo Saka had a deflected shot saved, as were late efforts from Ings and substitute James Ward-Prowse. Reece James saw his fair share of the ball as he pressed forward down the right.
England now play two UEFA Nations League games at Wembley, against Belgium on Sunday and Denmark on Wednesday.
In another friendly international on Thursday evening, Michy Batshuayi looked to have scored the winner in a home match against Ivory Coast, only for the African nation to make it 1-1 from the penalty spot with three minutes left on the clock.
The Chelsea striker, back on loan at Crystal Palace, started the match and was quick to react to turn the ball in after the keeper had saved his initial volley from a cross on 53 minutes. Batshuayi has now netted seven goals in his past five starts for his nation.