Watch the highlights as four goals from PSG's Adil Aouchiche and a stunning lob by Monaco's Enzo Millot give France an easy win over Czech Republic in their European Under-17 Championship quarter-final.
- Result: Belgium 0-3 Netherlands
- Ki-Jana Hoever's finishes a fine team move to put Netherlands in control
- Sontje Hansen and Annas Salah-Eddine, both from Jong Ajax, had put Netherlands ahead
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- Result: France 6-1 Czech Republic
- Four goals from PSG's Adil Aouchiche and a stunning lob by Monaco's Enzo Millot give France easy win
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Belgium, who went unbeaten, qualified from top spot in group A. The Red Devils started with a 1-1 draw against Czech Republic before victories against Republic of Ireland and Greece.
They will face holders Netherlands in the quarter-finals as they progressed out of Group B with wins against England and Sweden before losing 2-0 to France in their final group game.
France - who were held by England in the opening game - also beat Sweden on the way to topping the group to set up a clash against Czech Republic.Copyright: BBC Sport
You will be able to watch live coverage of selected matches from the Under-17 European Championships on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website/app and connected devices. All of the games will also be available to catch-up on for 30 days on iPlayer.
Full coverage details can be found below.
Sunday, 12 May
12:50-15:00 BST – Men’s quarter-final - France v Czech Republic
18:50-21:00 BST – Men’s quarter-final - Belgium v Netherlands
Monday, 13 May
18:50-21:00 BST – Men’s quarter-final
Tuesday, 14 May
11:50-14:00 BST – Women’s semi-final
16:20-18:30 BST – Women’s semi-final
Thursday, 16 May
16:20-18:30 BST – Men’s semi-final
18:50-21:00 BST – Men’s semi-final
Friday, 17 May
11:50-14:00 BST – Women’s final
Sunday, 19 May
16:20-18:30 BST – Men’s final
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