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By Tom Garry

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  1. SUBSTITUTION (Germany)

    Germany 1-1 Denmark

    Kristin Demann is going off for Germany. On comes Mandy Islacker, a prominent goalscorer in the Frauen Bundesliga for Frankfurt.

    Meanwhile, nothing comes of Germany's deep corner to the far post.

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    Germany 1-1 Denmark

    Now here's a chance for Germany, but Linda Dallmann's shot is blocked after she turned well in the area. Corner.

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    Germany 1-1 Denmark

    The Danes are knocking on the door. Pernille Harder turns her marker in the area, but her low shot from a tight angle is dragged wide across the face of goal.

    Can Denmark score again while they're on top? You have to make these spells count, don't you? Especially against the Germans.

    Kristin Demann of Germany
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    Germany 1-1 Denmark

    The holders are rocking! Denmark's Pernille Harder races through but it's a brave save from Germany keeper Almuth Schult to stop her in her tracks.

    The momentum is with Denmark now.

  5. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Germany 1-1 Denmark

    How has that not gone in?! Denmark should be ahead! Katrine Veje has clipped the top of the bar from three yards out. It's a huge chance.

    Nadia Nadim's great cross from the right was teasing, and Veje had space at the far post with the net unguarded. So close.

  6. GREAT SAVE!

    Germany 1-1 Denmark

    Germany's Dzsenifer Marozsan flicks the ball through to Linda Dallmann, who bursts in to the penalty area, but Stina Lykke Petersen gets out quickly to make an excellent save.

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    Germany 1-1 Denmark

    It's worth pointing out that we would have extra-time if it stays like this, and maybe even penalties. Who's your money on?

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    Germany 1-1 Denmark

    It's all Denmark now. They go close again and win two consecutive corners. Germany's keeper Almuth Schult punches the latter clear. They look a bit stunned by that equaliser, the holders.

  9. GOAL - Germany 1-1 Denmark

    Nadia Nadim

    It's there! They're level! Germany were asleep. They thought play had stopped for a Denmark free-kick, but you have to play to the whistle! The referee played the advantage for the Danes and they took it alright!

    Stine Larsen has acres of space to cross from the right and she finds Nadia Nadim at the far post, who nods in with a powerful, downward header.

    That wasn't in Germany's script! Game on.

    Nadia Nadim
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    Germany 1-0 Denmark

    Germany - who introduced Lina Magull for Sarah Dooroun-Khajeh at the break - win an early corner after half-time.

    But it's cleared and Denmark break quickly to win a corner of their own.

  11. Second half

    Germany 1-0 Denmark

    The second quarter-final of Women's Euro 2017 resumes as Denmark get the second half started. Can they fight back?

  12. The Women's Euros so far

    HT: Germany 1-0 Denmark

    Iceland fans (bottom right)

    Missed much of the Women's Euros so far? Then why not catch up with our review of the tournament so far by clicking here. It's been an eventful fortnight.

  13. Rooting for England?

    England v France (19:45 BST)

    Alistair Magowan

    BBC Sport in Deventer

    Germany fans

    A quiet start in Deventer town centre as football fans wake up to remember that Germany and Denmark's re-arranged fixture has already kicked off.

    These Germany fans haven't been caught out, though. Rather than watch their team, they're off to see England's quarter-final with France and are divided over who will triumph.

    Can England win the tournament? "No," says Britta (second right). "It will be Germany or the Netherlands."

    Not sure who those idiots are in the background!

  14. Coming up later

    England v France (19:45 BST)

    This isn't the only Women's Euros 2017 quarter-final taking place today. There are in fact two more coming up tonight, including a box-office clash involving England.

    After Group C winners Austria face Spain (17:00 BST), the Lionesses are up against one of the pre-tournament favourites in Deventer from 19:45 BST.

    England v France is surely the most eagerly anticipated match of the tournament so far. It's a huge game for Mark Sampson's side, after their three wins from three in Group D.

    We'll have live text and radio commentary right here on the BBC Sport website.

  15. HALF-TIME

    Germany 1-0 Denmark

    That's the last act of an intriguing first half. Off they go for a pep talk. As it stands, Germany are 45 minutes of football away from another semi-final.

    Anna Blasse
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    Germany 1-0 Denmark

    We're into one minute of added time at the end of the first half.

    Dzsenifer Marozsan has a go for Germany from long range, but her fizzing effort is just over the bar.

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    Germany 1-0 Denmark

    Sanne Troelsgaard's right-wing cross almost goes in, but it's tipped over the bar for a Denmark corner.

    The resulting right-wing delivery swings in, and Katrine Veje is unmarked, but she heads over the bar. Good chance!

    Denmark are ending the half arguably as the stronger side, after being second best for the opening 35 minutes.

    Katrine Veje of Denmark
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    Germany 1-0 Denmark

    At the other end, Linda Dallmann creates a half chance for the Germans, but Sara Doorsoun-Khajeh's shot is too close to the goalkeeper.

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    Germany 1-0 Denmark

    Denmark are having their best spell of the game so far.

    Katrine Veje finds room near the penalty area and looks to play the ball in low towards the six-yard box, but Germany keeper Almuth Schult gets out to gather out.

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    Germany 1-0 Denmark

    Pernille Harder sets up Katrine Veje on the edge of the area, but she shoots straight at the German keeper. Decent chance for Denmark, that.