GB through to quarters
Great Britain 3-0 Cameroon
London 2012 Women's Football
5.15pm, Saturday 28 July 2012
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Live on BBC1
Hope Powell's Team GB side are through to the quarter-finals of the Olympic football tournament after a comprehensive victory over Cameroon in Cardiff on Saturday afternoon.
Goals from skipper Casey Stoney, Jill Scott and another from Steph Houghton gave Team GB a 3-0 win that means they have already reached the last eight with a game to spare.
It also means Tuesday's clash with Brazil at Wembley will determine which side finishes top of Group E, and Powell's side will be full of confidence after this performance.
Stoney got them off to a flying start in the 18th minute by scoring from close range at the far post to make it 1-0 when the Cameroon defence failed to clear their lines.
Within five minutes, Scott doubled the lead with a low shot after collecting a clever back-heel pass from Kim Little at the end of a flowing move.
Kelly Smith almost scored a third for the hosts, but her effort from a free-kick went just wide on 38 minutes, and Anita Asante had a header cleared off the line.
But GB were not to be denied, and Houghton, who scored the winning goal in the opening match against New Zealand, made it 3-0 after another lay-off from Little in the 82nd minute. Houghton had earlier seen a header tipped on to the woodwork by Cameroon 'keeper Annette Ngo Ndom.
The only sour note for GB was an injury to defender Ifeoma Dieke, who was taken off on a stretcher and replaced by Sophie Bradley on 68 minutes.
The Scottish defender may struggle to be fit for the clash with Brazil, who had earlier beaten New Zealand 1-0, just as GB did on Wednesday.