The Lionesses of England have set up a last-16 clash with the Super Falcons of Nigeria after finishing top of their FIFA World Cup group.
England swept aside China 6-1 in the final game of Group D in a largely one-way traffic, as England dominated and overwhelmed.
China are out of the competition after Denmark beat Haiti 2-0 to finish in second place in Group D.
The Super Falcons advanced to the last 16 on Monday after they played a goalless draw against the Republic of Ireland in their final Group B game.
They finished as runners-up to hosts Australia, who thrashed Canada 4-0 in their final group match.
The Falcons will face England in the knockout stage, for a chance to reach the quarter-finals, while Australia will face Denmark.
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