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Ramsdale's England U19s make Euros final

Cherries 'keeper Aaron Ramsdale in training with England under-19s in Georgia.

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Aaron Ramsdale kept another clean sheet for England under-19s as they stormed into the European Championships final.

The success came after a last-gasp 1-0 win over the Czech Republic in Wednesday's semi final match in Tbilisi, Georgia. 

With virtually the last kick of the game Lukas Nmecha of Manchester City won the game to send the Three Lions into the showpiece final.

Bournemouth 'keeper Ramsdale kept his third clean sheet in four matches, with the solitary goal conceded by the Cherries stopper a consolation in the 4-1 group win over Germany.

In Sunday's final England will play Portugal, who came through their semi final with a 1-0 win over the Netherlands earlier today.

The final will kick off at 5pm (GMT) on Sunday.

Ramsdale becomes the second Cherries player to reach an international final for England this summer, following midfielder Lewis Cook who lifted the under-20 World Cup as captain in South Korea last month.


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