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Shamoon Hafez

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  1. Goodbye

    There's still a round of Nations League games remaining on Tuesday, but the the four finalists for next summer are sorted.

    Don't say it

    Don't say it

    Don't say it

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    Me: It's come...

    I won't say it.

    Thanks for joining me.

  2. No success without drive and enthusiasm

    Denmark 0-0 Republic of Ireland

    Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill tells Sky Sports: "We were very strong defensively and we had good shape about us. We restricted them and overall in terms of creativity, we are not compositely there. In terms of strength and the commitment, it was excellent against a very strong Denmark side.

    "Lack of goalscoring chances? In the competitive games this season, that was our eighth debutant. Players are getting used to playing with each other, the players will be ready for the big games.

    "We have done it in the past, got to the Euros, and we were very strong there. We got to the World Cup play-offs and have been strong in the games that matter.

    "The young players are bedding in, Michael Obafemi made his debut, this is international football and a massive step-up for them. They are trying to adjust.

    "It has been a tough year, we have not chosen easy games, we have tried to play the hard games and we will learn far more doing that. We have picked up some points and made good progress.

    "In my playing career and as a manager, I don't think I could have won the things I have done without the drive and enthusiasm."

  3. Post update

    Germany 2-2 Netherlands

    Virgil van Dijk

    Virgil van Dijk loved that one.

    A captain's knock for his side.

  4. Post update

    Denmark 0-0 Republic of Ireland

    In case you have not seen the stats for the game...

    Denmark had 75% possession and 26 shots, but only one was on target.

    Republic of Ireland did not manage a single shot on target throughout the entire 90 minutes.

  5. 2018 'not great'

    Denmark 0-0 Republic of Ireland

    Republic of Ireland captain Seamus Coleman tells Sky Sports: "It is a clean sheet away from home and we needed some kind of result. We need work in the final third but we battled well tonight, it is a good result.

    "We tried to get into them in the right areas and win the ball back. A bit of improvement in the final third and we will be heading in the right direction.

    "It was a difficult game. Jeff Hendrick tried to make things happen. With the lads coming in, they have a point to prove and it is good to give them experience.

    "We could only take tonight but the year has not been great. We would have liked to win the game but it was not meant to be.

    "When we put on the jersey on, we play with pride and have had some massive results in the past."

    Seamus Coleman
  6. Nations League finals

    So, now we know the four teams into the Nations League finals next summer.

    • England
    • Portugal
    • Switzerland
    • Netherlands

    Dates for your diary...

    5 June: Semi-final 1

    6 June: Semi-final 2

    9 June: Third-place play-off

    9 June: Final

    The details will be confirmed by Uefa on Monday, 3 December, with the draw for the finals also taking place that day.

  7. Post update

    Germany 2-2 Netherlands

    Germany in disarray, players arguing among each other at the final whistle.

    Thomas Muller is giving Marco Reus a right ticking out, hands flapping all over the place, saliva spraying from his mouth.

    Thomas Muller

    Germany 2-2 Netherlands

    The Nations League, the tournament that keeps on giving.

    Netherlands come back from the brink to claim the point they need and progress to the finals.

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    Germany 2-2 Netherlands

    Can the Netherlands hold out?

    Seconds remaining.


    Denmark 0-0 Republic of Ireland

    How Denmark have not won this game I'll never know.

  11. GOAL - Germany 2-2 Netherlands

    Virgil van Dijk (90 mins)

    THE DUTCH HAVE DONE IT! In the final minute.

    Netherlands needed two goals with five minutes left and have got them.

    Skipper Virgil van Dijk went up top for the dying minutes and it pays off big style as the Liverpool defender meets Tonny Vilhena's cross flush on the volley with a brilliant finish to level the game.

    It means Ronald Koeman's side are going to of Group A1 and heading to the Nations League finals, denying world champions France a spot.

    Virgil van Dijk
  12. Post update

    Scenes in Germany.


    Wait for it...


    Denmark 0-0 Republic of Ireland

    Christian Gytkjaer has the ball in the net but it is ruled out.

    What for? I do not know.

    Cannot be offside because he was two miles on.

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    Germany 2-1 Netherlands

    Netherlands are camped in the Germany half at the moment and the ball is pinging around.

    Will one last opportunity fall their way? Two to go.

    Memphis Depay
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    Germany 2-1 Netherlands

    Can the Dutch bring more delight? They've got three minutes to find a goal and reach the Nations League finals.

  16. GOAL - Germany 2-1 Netherlands

    Quincy Promes (85 mins)

    BIG goal.

    A well-worked team goal by the Dutch and they are back in it.

    Former Boro midfielder Marten de Roon fizzes a pass into the feet of Quincy Promes, the Sevilla man works a yard and curls a beautiful finish into the top corner.

    Netherlands have five minutes plus added time to find an equaliser.

    Quincy Promes
  17. Post update

    Over in Germany...


    Denmark 0-0 Republic of Ireland

    Naughty from Cyrus Christie, studding Lasse Schone in the stomach region and earning a booking.


    Denmark 0-0 Republic of Ireland

    A significant change for Republic of Ireland.

    Michael Obafemi comes on for his debut and becomes the first player born in this century to play for the Republic.

    The Southampton teenager replaced Callum O'Dowda and has 10 minutes to make an impression.

    Michael Obafemi
  20. CLOSE!

    Germany 2-0 Netherlands

    Time is running out, Netherlands need two quick-fire goals.

    They almost get one through Memphis Depay, but the Lyon winger's shot is palmed away by Manuel Neuer.