DeCOURCY: USWNT’s keeper has the perfect answer for doubtersNetherlands-Sweden was a tale of Cinderella stories. The Swedes — making their first semifinal appearance since 2011 — were the lowest-ranked team remaining after ousting Germany. Holland was making its first appearance in the semifinal stage of the World Cup after advancing past Italy.After 90 goalless minutes of regulation, the Dutch scored the game’s only goal nine minutes into extra time. Jackie Groenen drove a low shot from about 20 yards out that landed past a diving Hedvig Lindahl into the Swedish net.The USWNT booked its place in the final Tuesday, taking down England 2-1 in regulation. This is the Americans’ third consecutive appearance in the World Cup final and their fifth final appearance overall.The Netherlands, in just its second Women’s World Cup appearance, will face the United States on Sunday, July 7, at 11 a.m. ET in Lyon, France. The match will be broadcast on Fox and available to be streamed on Fox Sports Go and fuboTV, which offers a free 7-day free trial.Sporting News tracked results and highlights from the semifinal match between the Netherlands and Sweden (all times Eastern):Netherlands vs. Sweden results: Scores and highlights from 2019 Women’s World CupNetherlands: 1Sweden: 0THE DUTCH ARE IN THE FINAL! 🇳🇱Jackie Groenen’s extra-time winner sends the Netherlands to their first-ever #FIFAWWC final, where they’ll face the USA. 🏆 pic.twitter.com/yLLzBZC8dq— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 3, 2019🔶 F I N A L E ! 🔶 #OnzeJacht #NEDSWE pic.twitter.com/Qg5gf741nl— OranjeLeeuwinnen (@oranjevrouwen) July 3, 20195:40 p.m. | 120+8 – FINAL. THE NETHERLANDS IS INTO ITS FIRST WORLD CUP FINAL.5:34 p.m. | 120+3 – Injury to Sweden’s Asllani. Both teams eager to get going; Sweden to press one last time, Netherlands for the final whistle to go on to the final. 5:26 p.m. | 114′ – Corner, Sweden. Sustained pressure from the Swedes.5:17 p.m. | 110′ – WE’RE BACK. AGAIN. The Dutch lead 1-0 over Sweden.What a moment for @Jackie_10_ !#NEDSWE 🇳🇱🇸🇪 pic.twitter.com/PtH0TELYhL— FIFA Women’s World Cup (@FIFAWWC) July 3, 20195:15 p.m. – Halftime of extra time. Sweden looking for a goal. Netherlands looking to hold them off!5:15 p.m. | 105+1 – Sweden pressing feverishly now. Second corner for them in ET and their 10th overall. It amounts to nothing.5:11 p.m. | 104′ – Corner Sweden. Asllani goes down, looking for a penalty, but the ball trickles out in her nation’s favor.JACKIE GROENEN! THE NETHERLANDS LEAD IN EXTRA TIME! #FIFAWWC pic.twitter.com/rD1mbZ327J— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 3, 2019JJAAAA!! JACKIE GROENEN! pic.twitter.com/ikGGGFeUGV— OranjeLeeuwinnen (@oranjevrouwen) July 3, 20195:07 p.m. | 99′ – GOAL!!! THE ORANJE! JACKIE GROENEN. A low driving shot from outside the 18 finds itself in the back corner of the Swedish net!5:05 p.m. | 97′ – Corner, Holland conceded by Hanna Glas. The Netherlands has tooked the most on the attack since the start of the ET.4:59 p.m. | 91′ – FIrst half of ET kicks off!The first-ever #FIFAWWC semi-final to go to extra-time!* We need a grammar check on that one 👆* #NEDSWE 🇳🇱🇸🇪 pic.twitter.com/thqlz865yx— FIFA Women’s World Cup (@FIFAWWC) July 3, 20194:54 p.m. | 90+5 – Thirty more minutes! We’re going to extra time to find a winner for the first time in Women’s World Cup semifinal history. Extra-time is looming… #NEDSWE 🇳🇱🇸🇪 pic.twitter.com/7zH26WP0bs— FIFA Women’s World Cup (@FIFAWWC) July 3, 20194:46 p.m. | 88′ – Asllani earns a free kick just outside the Netherland’s 18. Eriksson’s free kick kisses the top of the net! Didn’t drop down quick enough.4:43 p.m. | 85′ – Yellow card for Holland’s Sherida Spitse as she clips Kosovare Asllani’s ankle in professional foul.Unreal – Part Two! #NEDSWE https://t.co/PpqnVSjWCM pic.twitter.com/4zlwFXHXTk— FIFA Women’s World Cup (@FIFAWWC) July 3, 20194:40 p.m. | 82′ – Netherlands were THIS close to scoring off that fingertip save.4:36 p.m. | 79′ – Double substitution for Sweden. Julia Zigiotti Olme replaces Elin Rubensson and Madelen Janogy comes on for Lina Hurtig.4:34 p.m. | 76′ – Corner Netherlands. Shanice van de Sanden makes QUICK impact off the Swedish corner in a 1v1 race toward goal, but it’s sent behind.4:33 p.m. | 75′ – Corner Sweden. Desiree van Lunteren pokes the ball off Blackstenius’ foot.4:29 p.m. | 72′ – Substitution for the Oranje . Shanice van de Sanden comes on for Beerensteyn to great applause.INCREDIBLE SAVE!This time it’s the Netherlands who are inches away from the lead, and this time it’s Lindahl with a HUGE save to tip the ball off the woodwork. #FIFAWWC pic.twitter.com/PPyPbYeCio— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 3, 20194:22 p.m. | 64′ – OFF THE CROSSBAR. It’s Sweden’s turn to get bailed out! Hedvig Lindahl has a fingertips save to push Vivianne Miedema’s header onto the bar!4:21 p.m. | 63′ – Corner Holland. Eriksson clears a cross in from Lineth Beerensteyn behind.OFF THE POST!! 😱Another dangerous Sweden corner eventually falls to Fischer, but van Veenendaal gets just enough on her shot to steer the ball off the post. #FIFAWWC pic.twitter.com/gb8OYWeLB9— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 3, 20194:14 p.m. | 56′ – OFF THE POST!!! The Netherlands weathered a bit of chaos in the box after the corner and then BANG! A shot from Sweden’s Nilla Fischer beats van Veenendaal, but she’s bailed out by the woodwork.4:13 p.m. | 55′ – Corner, Sweden. Conceded by again by Bloodworth.4:07 p.m. | 49′ – Corner Sweden. HUGE block by Bloodworth in the 18 and out for a corner.4:03 p.m. | 46′ – WE’RE BACK. HERE’S HOPING FOR GOALS. Also, halftime sub for Netherlands, Jill Roord replaces Lieke Martens.Them half-time stats 🔢 #NEDSWE 🇳🇱🇸🇪 pic.twitter.com/ZcommNoe9V— FIFA Women’s World Cup (@FIFAWWC) July 3, 20193:53 p.m. – Halftime stats. Fairly even for both sides in the first.3:48 p.m. | 45+3 – Halftime. We’re nil-nil at the break for the first time in these knockout rounds.BIG SAVE!Sweden with the best chance of the game so far off a corner kick, but van Veenendaal does well to see through the traffic and make a kick save. pic.twitter.com/ASLOztBsHa— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 3, 20193:37 p.m. | 37′ – Corner Sweden after van Veenendaal punches the previous corner out. This one is sent into the 18, a Swedish shot is block and then KICK SAVE FROM VAN VEENENDAAL. The Netherlands are lucky to still be level at 0-0.3:36 p.m. | 36′ – Corner Sweden and Holland’s van Veenendaal punches a cross clear and it’s played behind by Desiree van Lunteren.3:33 p.m. | 33′ – Slow and uneventful start compared to yesterday’s semi between the U.S. and England. But we press on!#OnzeJacht 👊 #NEDSWE 🇳🇱🇸🇪 pic.twitter.com/umayJVJjT5— FIFA Women’s World Cup (@FIFAWWC) July 3, 20193:17 p.m. | 17′ – Free kick for Sweden just outside the 18, near the corner flag. NEARLY SENT IN BY ERICKSSON but cleared behind for a corner. The ensuing corner for Sweden is harmless.3:13 p.m. | 13′ – HUGE SAVE NETHERLANDS. Sweden’s Sofia Jakobsson slots the ball on a break away to Stina Blackstenius whose shot ends up in the arms of goalkeeper Sari van Veenendaal. Jakobsson fouls van Veenendaal attempting a rebound shot.These sets of fans always bring colour to the stands! #NEDSWE 🇳🇱🇸🇪 pic.twitter.com/3cCk9emhbP— FIFA Women’s World Cup (@FIFAWWC) July 3, 20193:06 p.m. | 6′ – Neither team is clearly out front, we’re moving 18 to 18 pretty easily and neither ‘keeper has needed to get involved. But look how much fun the fans are having!3:00 p.m. | 1’ – Here. We. Go. Winner takes on the USWNT. The Netherlands has done the unexpected.The Dutch took down Sweden in the semifinals of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, winning 1-0 in extra time Wednesday. They move on to the championship match, where they will face the defending champions, the United States. Pregame‼️ Startelvan (⭐️-elvan!) är här!🇳🇱Nederländerna-Sverige🇸🇪⏰ 21.00 i TV4/Radiosporten💥 All in Sverige! #viärsverige pic.twitter.com/6Aa08puabm— Svensk Fotboll (@svenskfotboll) July 3, 2019🚨 | De opstelling! Lineth Beerensteyn start, in plaats van Shanice van de Sanden. #OnzeJacht #NEDSWE pic.twitter.com/OVT4s3qG0V— OranjeLeeuwinnen (@oranjevrouwen) July 3, 20192:17 p.m. – Lineups are out! Here is how Holland and Sweden will face off.You witnessed last night just how crucial goalkeepers are at this stage of the tournament…Will there be a hero tonight? #NEDSWE 🇳🇱🇸🇪 pic.twitter.com/LCdhwMByVj— FIFA Women’s World Cup (@FIFAWWC) July 3, 20192:14 p.m. – Not a bad time to be a ‘keeper in the tournament. Here’s a breakdown of the Dutch and Swedish keeps.