England have clawed their way back from two goals down to beat the Netherlands 3-2 in a nerve-jangling Women's Nations League group game at Wembley Stadium to keep their dreams of a Paris Olympics berth alive.
Ella Toone netted a 91st-minute goal while Georgia Stanway and Lauren Hemp also scored to propel England to second in Group A1 on nine points with one round of group games remaining.
The Dutch, for whom Lineth Beerensteyn scored a first-half brace, top the group with nine points.
"It was a great comeback," Toone told ITV.
"Three good goals. I love playing for England, I love playing football, tonight was really special. But the main thing is that we won.
"The character we showed to come out and get those three goals, everyone wants to beat England, we've got that target on our back," she added.
The group will now be decided on Tuesday, with England facing Scotland, who are fourth on two points, and the Netherlands playing Belgium (third, eight points).
The two Nations League finalists will earn Olympic berths, joining hosts France as Europe's representatives in Paris.
In Italy, Spain suffered their first defeat since August's World Cup triumph as the hosts edged them 3-2 in Group A4.
Early second-half goals by Valentina Giacinti, Michela Cambiaghi and Elena Linari helped Italy offset Athenea del Castillo and Esther Gonzalez strikes to end Spain's eight-match winning streak.
Italy have equalled second-placed Sweden on seven points from five games, five behind Spain, in a race to avoid a relegation play-off.
Elsewhere, Germany defeated Denmark 3-0 to keep alive their hopes of qualifying for Olympics.
Captain Alexandra Popp broke the deadlock in the 14th minute, Marina Hegering added a second in the 26th and Klara Buehl scored a crucial third goal in added time.
Thanks to Buehl's effort, Germany overtook Denmark and are now Group A3 winners. That means they have their futures in their own hands and can advance to the knockouts with a win against Wales on December 5.
Northern Ireland kept alive their hopes of promotion to the top tier of the Women's Nations League with a 4-0 victory over Albania in Tirana.
Scotland will play in League B in the next edition after their relegation was confirmed despite a strong showing in a 1-1 draw in Belgium and the Republic of Ireland secured their fifth win in succession with a 1-0 victory against Hungary.
Australian Associated Press