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Women’s Euro: The first known semi-final

Sweden has snatched its ticket for the last four of the Women’s Euro and will challenge the host country, England.

Second nation Fifa (behind the USA and just ahead of France), Sweden waited for additional time in their quarter-final of the Women’s Euro to eliminate Belgium (1-0), Friday evening, in Leigh (at the east of Manchester).

The Red Flames goalkeeper worked miracles in her but the 34th Swedish shot was the right one. In force, Linda Sembrant, the defense passed by the MHSC, gave the victory to her team (92nd).

The Swedes rejoice England for a terrible semi-final next Tuesday in Sheffield.

In the other part of the picture, in Germany it is better to see in the other square and attend the France or the Netherlands, who face each other on Saturday evening.