England Lionesses's dreams of earning a Paris Olympic berth for Team GB are over despite a 6-0 thrashing of Scotland in their final Nations League group game.
Lucy Bronze scored a last-gasp goal for the Lionesses, who briefly believed it was enough to win Group A1 and move into the knockout round.
Bronze's strike added to earlier efforts from Alex Greenwood, Lauren James (two), Beth Mead and Fran Kirby as Sarina Wiegman's side overwhelmed the Scots at Hampden Park.
But in the group's other game on Tuesday, the Netherlands netted twice in added time to beat Belgium 4-0 and clinch top spot by the slenderest of margins.
Both countries finished with 12 points but the Dutch edged England on goal difference 8-7.
England came from behind to beat the Netherlands 3-2 on Friday in a must-win game, setting up Tuesday's thrilling finale.
The two finalists of the inaugural Nations League tournament - or top three if Olympic host France are one of the finalists - earn berths in the Paris Games.
Germany's 0-0 draw with Wales was enough for them to clinch top spot in their group and move on to the February 23-28 four-team knockout round.
France and Spain are the other two sides into the final four, clinching top spot in their groups.
Australian Associated Press