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England powered into the semi finals of the UEFA Under-19 Championships with a 4-0 victory over Iceland in Molodechno.
Mo Marley's side have also booked their place in next year's FIFA Under-20 World Cup Finals in Germany but, more immediately, will take on Switzerland on Wednesday as they bid to reach the Final for the second time in three years. France play Sweden in the other semi final.
A point would have been enough to see England through the result was never in doubt after they went two ahead inside the opening quarter hour. Playing in heavy rain, England took an 11th minute lead as Jade Moore headed in a Michelle Hinnigan free kick and just two minutes later, Jordan Nobbs doubled their lead by tapping home the rebound after Toni Duggan's shot had been saved.
After the break, Duggan was again heavily involved as she helped set up Isobel Christiansen for the third goal and Nobbs rounded off an emphatic victory with her second goal, ten minutes from time.
England under-19: Rebecca Spencer, Chelsea Weston, Gilly Flaherty, Remi Allen (sub Jessica Holbrook 84mins), Lucy Bronze, Kerys Harrop, Isobel Christiansen (sub Laura Coombs 81mins), Jordan Nobbs, Toni Duggan, Michelle Hinnigan, Jade Moore (sub Demi Stokes 84mins). Subs not used: Ashley Baker, Abbie Prosser, Gemma Bonner, Lauren Bruton.
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