Brazil blaze through
Brazil continued their impressive 100 per cent record at London 2012 by recording a comfortable 3-0 victory over New Zealand at St James’s Park.
The South Americans took the lead through Danilo in the 23rd minute, before Internacional stiker Leandro Damiao doubled their advantage six minutes later.
Tottenham midfielder Sandro capped a fine performance with a thunderous effort seven minutes after the interval.
Egypt have advanced to the next phase of the tournament after beating Belarus 3-1 at Hampden Park.
Both sides entered the match with hopes of joining Group C winners Brazil in the quarter finals, and goals from Mohamed Salah Ghaly, Marwan Mohsen and Mohamed Aboutrika ensured progress for the north African side.
Belarus forward Andrei Voronkov bagged a late strike for his side, but it proved to be little more than a consolation.
Meanwhile, Mexico clinched top spot in Group B after edging a close encounter with Switzerland at the Millennium Stadium.
Oribe Peralta, the Santos Laguna midfielder, bagged the game's only goal 22 minutes from time.
South Korea sealed their berth in the quarter finals following a goalless draw with Gabon at Wembley Stadium.
Koo Ja-Cheol and Park Chu-Yeong both spurned good opportunities to hand Korea the win, but a point proved to be enough for the 2002 World Cup semi-finalists.
World and European champions Spain will suffer the ignominy of going home without scoring a single goal at London 2012 after drawing 0-0 with Morocco at Old Trafford.
Atletico Madrid forward Adrian Lopez came close to scoring his side's first goal of the tournament, but his low effort hit the post.
And Japan and Honduras clinched the top two spots in Group D after cancelling each out at the City of Coventry Stadium.
Both sides had chances to break the deadlock, with Honduran Jerry Bengtson having the best effort of the game thwarted by Japan goalkeeper Shuichi Gonda.