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Kyle Walker's own goal and Ross Barkley's mistake in extra time saw Netherlands earn a 3-1 win against England that books a place in the inaugural Nations League final for Ronald Koeman's men.
Marcus Rashford's first-half penalty opened the scoring in a low-quality affair in Guimaraes, the striker converting a penalty he won when clumsily brought down by Matthijs de Ligt.
The Ajax captain made amends in the second half with a towering header to level the scores before England substitute Jesse Lingard had what seemed a winner ruled out for offside with seven minutes to go.
In the added period Netherlands won the game in farcical fashion, Walker diverting the ball into his own goal after an awful error by his Manchester City team-mate John Stones, before Barkley's poor pass allowed Quincy Promes to seal a final date with Portugal on Sunday.
Steven Bergwijn and Depay fired efforts straight at Jordan Pickford amid sloppy passing from either side and another mistake led to the opening goal for England in the 32nd minute.
De Ligt lost possession and was beaten to the loose ball by Rashford, the Manchester United striker sending Jasper Cillessen the wrong way from the penalty spot.
Jadon Sancho planted a free header straight at Cillessen from Fabian Delph's pinpoint centre before Pickford saved well from Depay following a Walker error.
Georginio Wijnaldum called Pickford into action again before Stones wasted a headed opportunity for England.
Netherlands were steadily building pressure on England's goal, though, and it told in the 72nd minute when De Ligt rose highest to nod home Depay's right-wing corner.
England thought they had won it with seven minutes to go when Lingard raced on to Barkley's pass, but a lengthy VAR check ruled the goal out for the tightest of offsides, then Raheem Sterling clipped the crossbar deep in added time.
And a comedy of errors saw Netherlands nudge ahead in the 97th minute.
A dallying Stones was robbed by Depay and although Pickford made a fine save from his effort, Promes reached the rebound first and his off-target strike was deflected in by Walker.
Promes then wrapped it up in the 114th minute as England imploded, Barkley's under-hit pass allowing Depay to again steal in and this time set up his team-mate for a simple finish.
Goal! The Netherlands are in the Nations League final! A shocking pass from Barkley is mopped up by Depay, who squares to Quincy Promes. Game over. Another defensive error from England
What a save from Pickford to deny Matthijs de Ligt. England are rocking here!
Into Extra-Time! Disaster from John Stones who hands the ball to Memphis Depay, his shot is saved by Pickford but Quincy Promes follows up the rebound, it eventually nips off Kyle Walker! England go behind!
Chance! Raheem Sterling curls an effort goalwards, clipping the upright! It looks like we are heading to extra-time after that!
Chance! Kane latches onto a deflected pass, his shot squirms just wide!
No Goal! What a move from England! Jessie Lingard drills the ball home. After a VAR check, Lingard is offside! No goal! Play on!
Chance! The Netherlands is turning the screw here! Donny van de Beek hoiks his shot over the bar from close range. Look away England fans.
Goal! Matthijs de Ligt makes amends! Unmarked, the Ajax captain crashes a header past Pickford! 1-1 Game on!
Second Half- Chance! Jadon Sancho is in plenty of space! Surely it's 2-0! Yet the header from the Dortmund youngster is calmy saved by Cillessen! A wasted opportunity!
Game time back in Portugal!
Paul Robinson full of praise for Marcus Rashford who won the penalty for England! Is that the difference maker for the Three Lions?
"If Harry Kane was in that situation, would the same result have happened? Would he have been sharp enough just to nick that ball?"@GKPaulRobinson praises Marcus Rashford for capitalising on De Ligt error.— beIN SPORTS (@beINSPORTS) June 6, 2019
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Peep! England have the lead at the break! I wonder what Paul Robinson will have to say about all this?!
Chance! A well-worked free-kick eventually falls to Delph on the edge of the box, his drive is gathered by Cillessen.
Goal! Penalty for England! Matthijs de Ligt downs Marcus Rashford in the box. The Man United man steps up and fires past Jasper Cillessen! England take the lead!
Chance! Memphis Depay's tame effort is gathered by Pickford.
Chance! Sancho's cross is just long!
Peep! We are underway at the Estádio D. Afonso Henriques!
It seems that England fans are settling well in Guimaraes! Just under ten minutes till game time now!
Guimaraes: listed as World Heritage Site since 2001, in recognition for being an "exceptionally well-preserved and authentic example of the evolution of a medieval settlement into a modern town" in Europe....meet England . #CultureVultures pic.twitter.com/r8MzK5QLlX— Greg Keane (@GregKeane1) June 6, 2019
Yet again, England fans are grabbing the headlines with bad behaviour out in Portugal. Paul Robinson has his say.
"There's no place for it. It has to come to an end at some point."@GKPaulRobinson on the England fans responsible for the trouble in Porto before today's Nations League semi-final.— beIN SPORTS (@beINSPORTS) June 6, 2019
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Carrie Brown chats with Stuart Pearce on Captain Raheem Sterling who makes his 50th cap at the age of 24! How good has the Manchester City man been this season!
Raheem Sterling captains England against the Netherlands 👏— beIN SPORTS (@beINSPORTS) June 6, 2019
"I'm so proud of him. To win his 50th cap tonight at the age of 24, you know, I didn't win my first one until I was 25!"
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Over in the studio, and the lack of a certain Harry Kane is a big talking point. According to Paul Robinson, Southgate must not believe in the fitness of the Spurs striker!
"I suspect that he doesn't think he was fit enough."— beIN SPORTS (@beINSPORTS) June 6, 2019
Former England goalkeeper @GKPaulRobinson believes Three Lions manager Gareth Southgate has named @HKane on the bench due to fitness concerns.
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Now for the Netherlands! Boss Ronald Koeman does'nt believe in resting players! Both Virgil van Dijk and Gigi Winaljdum start after playing in the Champions League final on Saturday. Barcelona bound midfielder Frenkie de Jong starts, as does former Manchester United man Memphis Depay.
Parp that Team News Klaxon! England first up! As expected, the players who took part in the Champions League Final are on the bench! That means Harry Kane, Jordan Henderson, and Dele Alli will have to wait for their chance! Elsewhere and Ben Chilwell gets the nod at left back, Fabian Delph anchors the midfield and Jaydon Sancho joins Marcus Rashford and captain Raheem Sterling in a zippy looking front three.
Now how about a chat with England legend Geoff Hurst, who compares Gareth Southgate to World Cup winner Sir Alf Ramsey. High praise indeed!
Former @England striker @TheGeoffHurst compares @GarethSouthgate to the great Sir Alf Ramsey.— beIN SPORTS (@beINSPORTS) June 6, 2019
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Fancy a big picture view with former England keeper Paul Robinson? Good news! This preview below might help. Incidentally, Paul will be part of our English coverage of the game, which is available via beIN CONNECT
So here we go! Can the Three Lions build on the good work last summer and go all the way to win the first ever UEFA Nations League title? A Netherlands side stand in their way, who don't forget needed a late Virgil van Dijk header to seal their place in Portugal with a draw over Germany! We kick-off at 21:45 Mecca! I wonder who will start for England tonight?
Good evening! Welcome to the Live Updates of Netherlands Vs England in the UEFA Nations League Finals. Who will win to have the chance to face hosts Portugal in the final on Sunday evening? As ever, join me for all the latest updates, team news and goals as they go in from this titanic clash at the Estádio D. Afonso Henriques.