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Germany and Finland were both left happy after their 1-1 draw saw them reach the semi finals of the UEFA Women's Under-19 Championships.
In the first match to be played in the tournament at Carmarthen, Germany looked to be on course for their third straight victory when Johanna Tietge gave them the lead on 20 minutes through a diving header.
However three minutes into the second half, Juliette Kemppi produced a confident finish from the edge of the area to get the Finns back on level terms, becoming the first team to score past Germany in the competition.
Finland held firm from this point to pick up the point they needed to see them join group winners Germany in the last four.
Holders Sweden saw their remaining hopes evaporate after they crashed to a 5-0 defeat at the hands of Norway at Stebonheath Park.
Synne Jensen scored either side of half time with Amalie Eikeland joining her on the scoresheet. An own goal by Louise Hogrell extended the Norwegians' lead and they wrapped up the win three minutes from time when Synne Skinnes Hansen bagged the fifth goal.
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