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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Germany win first-ever ABBA penalty shootout in Women's Under-17 semis

Alejandro Moreno delves into UEFA's new 'ABBA' penalty shootout system which will be tested at the European U-17 Championships.

The "ABBA" penalty shootout system was used for the first time on Thursday as part of a trial sanctioned by football's lawmakers, the International Football Association Board (IFAB).

UEFA opted to test it at the both the men's and women's European Under-17 Championship this month, and the women's semifinal between Germany and Norway was the first tie to go to penalty kicks.

Germany came out on top 3-2 on spot kicks to go through to the final, where they will meet Spain.

The new system,...

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Jerome Boateng: I'm proud to be German despite racist comments

Germany defender Jerome Boateng said he was "sad" to be the victim of a racist comment from a German politician on Sunday.

Alexander Gauland of Germany's right-wing Alternative fur Deutschland (AfD) party said in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung on Sunday that he would "not want to have Boateng as a neighbour."

After representing his country for the 58th time in a 3-1 defeat to Slovakia on Sunday, the 27-year-old expressed his disappointment at Gauland's remarks.

Jerome Boateng is the latest Bayern Munich player to suffer a long-term injury.
The Bayern Munich defender has 58 caps for Germany.

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United States beat Germany to progress to Women's World Cup final

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The United States defeated Germany 2-0 in the Women's World Cup semifinal on Tuesday night in Montreal.

Second-half goals from Carli Lloyd and Kelley O'Hara were enough see the U.S. through to the final, where they will meet the winner of Wednesday's clash between England and defending champions Japan.

Neither team were able to break the deadlock in the first half, with Julie Johnston and Alex Morgan going close for the United States.

Just short of the half-hour mark, play was stopped after the...