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Germany are the first team through to the semi finals of the UEFA Women's Under-19 Championships after they defeated Sweden 2-0 at Haverfordwest.
Both goals came via second half headers from Pauline Bremer, taking her tally to five goals in two matches, and Maren Meinert's side need to avoid defeat in their final match against Finland on Sunday in order to clinch top spot in Group B.
Sweden's grip on the trophy is now under severe threat after Finland won 1-0 against Norway in the other game. Adelina Engman scored the only goal of the game with twelve minutes remaining to eliminate Norway from the competition and put Finland in second place, on the verge of qualifying for the last four.
Meanwhile in Group A, France took a huge stride towards the semis by beating Denmark 3-1 at Stebonheath Park. Nikoline Frandsen did give the Danes an early lead from the penalty spot but France hit back strongly, Lea Declercq equalising two minutes later and further strikes before the half hour mark came from Sandie Toletti and Claire Lavogez.
A point against Wales in their final game should be enough to take France through while Denmark need nothing less than victory over England.
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