England are through to the semi-finals after a 4-0 win over Iceland.
England 4-0 Iceland
UEFA European U19 Championship
Sunday 19 July
Gorodskoi, Molodechno, Belarus
England powered their way into the semis with a four goal victory over Iceland to secure top spot in Group A.
There were just eleven minutes on the clock when Jade Moore headed England into the lead, timing her run perfectly to meet Michelle Hinnigan's free-kick and put Mo Marley's team into the driving seat.
Just two minutes later and England were firmly in control with a second goal, this time Jordan Nobbs profiting from fine work by Toni Duggan on the left flank to tap home from inside the area.
Iceland worked valiantly to rescue the match, and their place at these finals, but were met with firm resistance from a team on the up.
Two goals in quick succession towards the end of the game made the game safe, Nobbs grabbing her second of the game and Isobel Christiansen also getting on the scoresheet.
Victory assures Marley's team of a place at next year's Women's U20 World Cup in Germany, but more immediately gives them a semi-final with Switzerland on Wednesday.
1 Rebecca Spencer, 2 Chelsea Weston, 3 Gilly Flaherty, 4 Remi Allen (17 Demi Stokes, 86), 5 Lucia Bronze, 6 Kerys Harrop, 7 Isobel Christiansen (14 Laura Coombs, 81), 8 Jordan Nobbs, 9 Toni Duggan, 10 Michelle Hinnigan, 11 Jade Moore
Substitutes Not Used
13 Ashley Baker, 12 Abbie Prosser, 15 Gemma Bonner, 16 Jessica Holbrook, 18 Lauren Bruton
Moore 11, Nobbs 13, 80, Christiansen 77
1 Birna Berg Haraldsdottir, 3 Arna Sif Asgrimsdottir, 5 Berglind Bjarnadottir, 6 Berglind Thorvaldsdottir (18 Thorhildur Olafsdottir, 83), 7 Dagny Brynjansdottir (4 Asta Einarsdottir, 86), 8 Elinborg Ingvarsdóttir, 9 Anna Thórunn Gunnarsdóttir, 11 Fanndís Fridriksdóttir, 14 Mist Edvarsdottir (10 Hrefna Osk Hardardottir, 46), 16 Silvia Ran Sigurdardottir, 17 Thelma Bjork Einarsdóttir
Substitutes Not Used
12 Nina Bjork Gísladottir, 2 Andrea Yr Gústursdóttir, 13 Arna Omarsdottir, 15 Sigridur Thora Birgisdottir