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Scotland's UEFA Under-19 Championship campaign had a disastrous ending as they were beaten 7-0 by holders Germany in their final group match in Amboise.
Ritchie Wilson's side had already been eliminated following their defeat to England on Thursday and he took the opportunity to use some of the players who had not been involved in the previous matches.
Scotland could well have taken an early lead but Christie Murray was denied by a fine point blank save from Desiree Schumann but it was the Germans who went ahead on ten minutes through Lisa Schwab.
Kim Kulig lobbed home the second and, after Jennifer Beattie had cleared a Schwab header off the line, Marie Pollmann soon added a third and Stefanie Mirlach headed in a Julia Simic free kick. Scotland tried to hit back with skipper Rachel Corsie striking the bar but Schwab was complete her double on the stroke of half time.
Germany scored their sixth early after the restart, Marina Hegering netting from a Simic corner, and Selina Wagner completed their tally midway through the second half. To their credit, Scotland did not give up with Kim Little coming close to scoring but Germany are looking a good bet to retain their title and maintain their domination of European women's football, they will face Norway in the semi finals on Wednesday.
Scotland: Khym Ramsay, Rachael Small, Lauren MacMillan (sub Hayley Lauder 45mins), Danica Dalziel (sub Jennifer King 45mins), Jennifer Beattie, Rachel Corsie, Jane Ross, Kim Little, Ruesha Littlejohn, Stacey Williamson (sub Stacey Calder 75mins), Christie Murray. Subs not used: Rachel Harrison, Natalie Ross, Molly McKean, Cheryl McCulloch.
Germany: Desiree Schumann, Stephanie Bunte (sub Marisa Ewers 45mins), Stefanie Mirlach, Josephine Henning, Marina Hegering, Verena Faisst, Julia Simic, Kim Kulig (sub Jessica Wich 45mins), Marie Pollmann (sub Selina Wagner 53mins), Francesca Weber, Lisa Schwab. Subs not used: Jana Burmeister, Laura Brosius, Eve Chandraratne, Vanessa Martini.
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