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Germany celebrate beating France in the quarter-finals after Claire Lavogez's decisive spot-kick

Women's World Cup 2015: Germany show grit with against the odds victory over France

The Germans needed penalties to set up semi-final with the USA, who beat China in their quarter-final

Gonzalo Jara falls down after clashing with Edinson Cavani

Gonzalo Jara latest: Chile accuse Edinson Cavani of 'using aggression and insults'

Uruguay have lodged a complaint after Chile defender Jara poked his finger into Cavani's anus during their Copa America match

England coach Mark Sampson
with his team in training

Women's World Cup 2015: Mark Sampson puts the heat on Canada and prepares England for a battle

Coach expects ‘aggressive’ hosts to be under pressure from the home crowd and targets first World Cup semi-final place

Women's World Cup 2015: England must be wary of Canadian celebrity Christine Sinclair

The host's captain has been the face staring from billboards, TV screens and newspapers during this tournament

England U-21 striker Harry Kane

England Under-21 exit: What needs to happen for Gareth Southgate's side to roar

After another disappointing exit from the finals, Sam Wallace looks at what needs to change

Sepp Blatter

Sepp Blatter: 'I have not resigned'

Fifa president fuels speculation he could yet stand at next election

Gonzalo Jara falls down after clashing with Edinson Cavani

Gonzalo Jara could be offloaded by club Mainz after 'inserting finger into Edinson Cavani's anus'

Club unimpressed with the Chilean's conduct at the Copa America

Anja Mittag has already struck five goals for Germany at the World Cup in Canada

Women's World Cup 2015: Rise of the French threatens to upset Germany

Their quarter-final  is a clash of an established European power against the coming one

Alex Morgan made her first start in the tournament against Colombia on Monday, scoring her 52nd goal in 87 games

Women's World Cup 2015: Alex Morgan has the world at her feet

The United States take on China buoyed by the return from injury of the biggest superstar in the women’s game. Glenn Moore profiles the $3m-a-year golden girl who carries American hopes

Midfielder Katie Chapman was thrilled to be able to sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to her two-year- old son

Women's World Cup 2015: Katie Chapman given big-game boost by surprise visit from her family

The mother of three was delighted to see her children ahead of quarter-final with hosts Canada

Colombia coach Jose Pekerman has kept faith with his out-of-form striker Radamel Falcao until now

Radamel Falcao's struggles hand Colombia a difficult dilemma ahead of Copa America quarter-final clash with Argentina

Coach Jose Pekerman must decide whether to play the out of form striker against the tournament favourites

The Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland has gone out on loan six times with five different clubs

Under-21 European Championship 2015: Our players need more top-flight chances, says Jack Butland

The U-21 captain has struggled for game time in the Premier League and Championship at times, and is a veteran of six loan spells at five different clubs

England’s Danny Ings looks downcast in Olomouc on Wednesday as the Italy players celebrate one of their goals

Under-21 European Championship 2015: Greg Dyke's pledge to win 2022 World Cup looks ever more unlikely after failure in Czech Republic

FA stands by 'England DNA' scheme but U-21s offer little cause for optimism

Ross Barkley, left, has posted photos of himself on holiday in Ibiza during the tournament

Under-21 European Championship 2015: Gareth Southgate admits he should have picked Ross Barkley for his squad

The Everton man was one of five eligible players the manager chose not to select

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