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Summary

  1. FT: Germany 1-2 Denmark
  2. Kerschowski with early goal
  3. Nadim heads Denmark level
  4. Nielsen heads late winner
  5. Match rescheduled after Saturday's rain
  6. Germany had won past six titles
  7. Austria v Spain (17:00 BST)
  8. England v France on Radio 5 live (19:45 BST)

Live Reporting

By Tom Garry

All times stated are UK

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  1. Shock of the tournament?

    FT: Germany 1-2 Denmark

    So the eight-time winners are out. Denmark go into the semi-finals. Who saw that coming?

    It's been a dramatic second quarter-final. Make sure you come back later for the third and fourth, including England v France, which promises to be an absolute humdinger.

    Thanks for your company - good bye.

  2. Coming up later

    England v France (19:45 BST)

    Well, well, well... This competition is wide open now, isn't it?

    Tonight England and France (19:45 BST) meet for a place in a last four that won't include Germany for the first time in generations. That comes after Austria v Spain at 17:00 BST.

    Do come back, right here, for live coverage of those games later.

  3. Winning goal scenes!

    FT: Germany 1-2 Denmark

    You have to go back as far as 1993 for the last time Germany didn't win the Euros.

    Denmark have stunned them with a fine comeback. Just look at the scenes.

    Theresa Nielsen of Denmark celebrates
    Theresa Nielsen of Denmark celebrates
  4. FULL-TIME

    Germany 1-2 Denmark

    The holders are out! What a shock!

  5. Post update

    Germany 1-2 Denmark

    Isabel Kerschowski skies an effort way over the bar. Is that Germany's last chance?

  6. Post update

    Germany 1-2 Denmark

    Denmark have the ball and are winding down the clock.

    We're very close to a huge, huge upset here.

  7. Post update

    Germany 1-2 Denmark

    Four minutes are going to be added on. Germany need a goal.

  8. Post update

    Germany 1-2 Denmark

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  9. SUBSTITUTION (Germany)

    Germany 1-2 Denmark

    Germany's third and final sub sees Lena Petermann replace Linda Dallmann.

    They have two minutes plus stoppage time to score or their dream of a seventh consecutive European title will end.

  10. CLOSE!

    Germany 1-2 Denmark

    It's nearly 3-1! Nadia Nadim fizzes a shot across goal from the left, but it's just wide.

    Olympic champions Germany have less than five minutes to save their campaign.

  11. Post update

    Germany 1-2 Denmark

    This is quite a scoreline. Germany - winners of the past six Women's Euros - are on the brink of elimination!

  12. GOAL - Germany 1-2 Denmark

    Theresa Nielsen

    Is a shock on here?! Denmark have turned it around!

    Theresa Nielsen is completely unmarked in the middle and she nods home. They're ahead.

    Theresa Nielsen of Denmark celebrates
  13. CLOSE!

    Germany 1-1 Denmark

    Lina Magull has a go for Germany from range, but her shot swerves just wide.

  14. Post update

    Germany 1-1 Denmark

    At the other end, Germany defend very well to stop Katrine Veje from having a shot on goal.

    Both sides are going for it.

    Frederikke Thogersen of Denmark
  15. CLOSE!

    Germany 1-1 Denmark

    Anja Mittag meets Sara Dabritz's well-placed cross from the left, but she heads wide. Decent chance for Germany.

  16. Post update

    Germany 1-1 Denmark

    And Denmark nearly create a chance from an excellent counter attack, spearheaded by the brilliant Pernille Harder, who turns and sets up a neat move, but in the end, Denmark's final pass doesn't find anyone in the middle.

  17. Post update

    Germany 1-1 Denmark

    Germany are putting some pressure on. They're camped pretty deep inside the Denmark half, with the Danes looking to counter when they can. Less than 20 minutes of normal time remain.

    Steffi Jones
  18. SUBSTITUTION (Denmark)

    Germany 1-1 Denmark

    Now Denmark's full-back Line Roddik comes off and Cecille Sandvej of Frankfurt comes on.

  19. SUBSTITUTION (Denmark)

    Germany 1-1 Denmark

    Denmark's first change sees Maja Kildemoes replaced by Frederikke Thogersen.

  20. Post update

    Germany 1-1 Denmark

    Denmark almost make a hash of defending a right-wing German cross but the keeper boots it clear.

    Moment later, Linda Dallmann has a shot from the edge of the box but it's blocked.

    Germany are back on top now. It's a fascinating second half so far.

    Sara Daebritz