Full round-up from Saturday's action at the FIFA U20 World Cup in Turkey
Iraq’s amazing World Cup continued with a 2-1 win over Chile sending them through to the last 16.
The Chileans, who made several changes to their side, now face a trip to Bursa to take on Group F winners Croatia, whilst Iraq will face Paraguay.
Iraq took the lead on 15 minutes through Mahdi Kamil before Felipe Mora equalized just 13 minutes later, and Chile could and should have gone in front. Instead, it was Iraq who scored the decisive goal with Saif Salman netting in the 67th minute.
Elsewhere on Saturday night, England missed a series of chances to enable Egypt to secure their first win in the form of a 2-0 victory that leaves both sides out of the tournament. Read the full match report here
Earlier in the day Croatia claimed top spot in Group F with a 2-1 victory over already eliminated New Zealand.
Manager Dinko Jelicic made nine changes to his starting line-up and the switches paid off as goals from Stipe Perica and Ante Rebic were too much for Louis Fenton's late penalty in response.
Meanwhile, Uruguay leapfrogged Uzbekistan to finish second in Group F after a convincing 2-0 win at Antalya’s Akdeniz University Stadium.
The Uzbeks are also through as one of the best third-placed teams, but they were comfortably beaten by the South Americans on Saturday afternoon.
Nicolas Lopez was the man of the match as he scored one and played a role in another.
Uruguay took the lead seven minutes before half-time through Gino Acevedo and Lopez doubled their lead two minutes after the restart.
Uruguay march on to Istanbul for a last 16 clash with Nigeria on Tuesday, while Uzbekistan will play against Greece.