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Debutant Austria, Denmark and England to semi-final EK

Debutant Austria, Denmark and England to semi-final EK

The Austrian football have Sunday after a 0-0 and penalties at the expense of Spain placed for the semi-finals of the european CHAMPIONSHIPS. Opponent in the semi-final battle is Denmark, which earlier in the day surprisingly defending champion Germany stopped (2-1). Also England is through to the last four.

England won 1-0 in France and encounter in the semi-final battle in the Netherlands. The semi-finals begin Thursday at 20.45 hours at the Grolsch Veste in Enschede, the netherlands. The same day, at 18.00 cet Denmark against Austria in the Rat Verlegh Stadium in Breda, the netherlands.

Incidentally, it is now already clear that the european CHAMPIONSHIPS in the Netherlands is a premiere if it has to be the winner. None of the four semi-finalists picked up once the European title.

The Austrian debut even in a large tournament. The netherlands and Denmark came never further than the semi-final and England lost the 2009 final by Germany.

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Austria-Spain

The quarter final between Austria and Spain had Sunday in Tilburg little spectacle. Spain had a preponderance, but had but sparingly by the Austrian defence to break.

With a few long shots was keepster Manuela Zinsberger in the first half on the test. In the second half came to Austria, that will debut at the european CHAMPIONSHIPS, there are some times dangerous. Keepster Sandra Paños kept to the other side, also the cool head.

Spain was looking in the half hour extra time emphatically to score a goal, but also invalsters Jennifer Hermoso and Alexia Putellas were not to score. Austria remained disciplined defending and forced as penalties.

Where Austria in the veldspel sometimes hang and strangle the ball had to eliminate, there were the players in the penaltyserie error-free. Laura Feiersinger, Nina Burger, Verena Aschauer, Viktoria Pinther and finally Puntigam leaving the Spanish keepster all hopeless. Also keepster Zinsberger excelled. They stopped the third penalty kick of Silvia meseguer is located, and that was for Austria enough to continue.

Austria switches to Spain

The Austrian football have Sunday after a 0-0 and penalties at the expense of Spain placed for the semi-finals of the european CHAMPIONSHIPS.
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It remained 0-0 in Tilburg.
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Spain had casillas, but scored not.
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The match started at 18.00 hours.
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Austria won the penalty shootout by 5-3.
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Germany-Denmark

The semi-final between Denmark and Germany would actually be Saturday night be played at The Castle in Rotterdam, but after heavy rainfall, the match was shifted to Sunday afternoon 12: 00 noon.

Germany had Sunday droomstart. Full Isabel Kerschowski shot from twenty yards right to the goal and the Danish doelvrouw Stina Lykke Petersen tried the ball over the crossbar to tap, but failed miserably making it harmless shot just to score a goal resulted.

Denmark was just as excited after that false start, but pulled up in the course of the first half the initiative.

Defending champion Germany was still further reduced by the triple semi-finalist. The best chance was for Katrine Veje, but they shot with the inside foot right into the hands of the German keepster Almuth Schult.

Germany surprisingly turned off on EK women

Germany came in 1-0 after a blunder of keepster Petersen.
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Nadim is the headline in the 1-1 Denmark.
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y after the Danish final.
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Theresa Nielsen is seen after her winning match against Germany.
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Advantage

Shortly after peace was deserved equalizer. After a violation in the sidelines, the referee advantage of Stine Larsen. Because two German verdedigsters because of the vlagsignaal of the linesman stopped play, had Larsen all the time and space to be a good man to give, that excellently binnengekopt by Nadim: 1-1.

Germany escaped a moment later, when Veje for an empty goal from four yards overschoot. The Danish aanvoerster Pernille Harder has played in the following attack the ball to far in front of them when they are alone on the keeper could be removed.

Also Germany got some great opportunities, but the winning hit fell on the other side. The note came right back Theresa Nielsen headed home a cross from substitute Frederikke Thörgensen within.

Despite the final offensive which also doelvrouw Schult to the front went, managed Germany to the equalizer to force the issue. This will provide Europe for the first time since 1993 a new champion.

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