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Summary

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  2. England finish second in Group F
  3. England play Norway in second round
  4. Match in Ottawa at 22:00 BST on Monday
  5. FT: Mexico 0-5 France

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By Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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England 2-1 Colombia

There are a slew of highlights from England's win on the highlights tab above these words.

Alistair Magowan's report from the scene

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Later today

England 2-1 Colombia

Just two matches remain in the group stages, and both of those will be done and dusted in the early hours of this morning.

Costa Rica play Brazil out in Moncton while South Korea and Spain meet in Ottawa.

Brazil are already through to the last 16. The rest could finish in any order behind them.

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The Game: What a goal by Henry for France. An absolute worldy and I'm not talking about Thierry...

If you haven't seen it, see it in the highlights later on. Amandine Henry's long-range swerver was the stand-out strike of France's five against Mexico.

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England 2-1 Colombia

England players applaud
Reuters

After playing their first two group games out east in Moncton, England don't have far to travel for their last-16 clash.

Had they won Group F they would have stayed right in Montreal. As it is they have a couple of hours drive to relocate to Ottawa for Wednesday's meeting with Norway.

Barely worth changing hotels...

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England 2-1 Colombia - Andrade

Danielle Milburn: YESSSSS!! #england 2-1 win & finish 2nd. Shame about the last min goal. everyone looked alot better & sharper tonight.

Stacy Phillips: Ugh...feel a bit deflated after conceding the late goal...still, England are through, yay!

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Last 16

England 2-1 Colombia

The last 16 is starting to take shape now. This is what we have got so far:

China v Cameroon

Brazil v Australia

Norway v England

Canada v Switzerland

Japan, France, Germany and United States are through, but still waiting to see who they will play.

'Another good team performance'

England 2-1 Colombia

Mark Sampson
Getty Images

England manager Mark Sampson: "Congratulations to the team. It was a game of two halves and we deserved more than what we got. We showed good character and maturity to see the game off in the second half.

"Colombia never really got behind us and apart from the goal, we managed them well. Overall another good team performance."

England 2-1 Colombia

Liverpool striker Natasha Dowie

BBC Sport

"I have been really impressed by Norway but England will be confident. The girls came into this World Cup stating that they want to win it, and this is the knockout stage now, it's exciting. Over each game so far the performances have been improving and hopefully that will be taken into the Norway game."

England 2-1 Colombia

Former England midfielder Rachel Yankey

BBC Sport

"We started really well and put them on the back foot, in the second half changed the system a little bit, changed the game with substitutes but the form did dip a little and it wasn't as vibrant as we wanted to see.

"It was a bit disappointing to concede, although they keep changing so there's not a lot of consistency with the defence. I'm not sure Karen Bardsley could do much more about the goal but it is disappointing from an England point of view that we've let in another goal.

"There were a few injury concerns but I don't think the substitutions were made because players were injured more to get everyone on so everyone feels valued."

England 2-1 Colombia

Alistair Magowan

BBC Sport in Montreal

"Jodie Taylor's appearance as a second-half substitute now means that Mark Sampson has used all 20 of his outfield players in the first three group games. After recovering from a recent knee operation, this is vital playing time for Taylor."

England 2-1 Colombia

Liverpool striker Natasha Dowie

BBC Sport

"It was tough for England in the second half. With the changes in formation and substitutions it was a case of whether they were happy with second in the group or whether they wanted to go on and score more, to push for first.

"Everyone's got minutes on the pitch and everyone's fresh. I'm really looking forward to the Norway game though - that will be a really tough one."

England 2-1 Colombia

Opta
Opta

First half good, second half not so good.

England shaded it before the interval, but it was a bit "backs to the wall" in the second half.

A tight contest all in all.

England 2-1 Colombia

Former England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis

BBC Radio 5 live

"England have been disciplined, pacey and energetic. For me it was their most polished performance of the tournament so far."

England 2-1 Colombia

Let's gloss over that late defensive blemish.

Norway. Monday. 22:00 BST.

Those are the details you need to know now.

England are through to the last 16.

FULL-TIME

England 2-1 Colombia

England 2-1 Colombia

Sue Smith

Former England forward

"Why do England do this to us, they just seem not able to concentrate for the whole of the game."

England 2-1 Colombia

Former England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis

BBC Radio 5 live

"I was about to say how fantastic it would be for England to get their first clean sheet at the tournament. Alex Greenwood has to cover back for me. She was standing with her arm up waiting for the whistle. She gave Lady Andrade too much room. There will be a little bit of stoppage time for the goal and celebrations..."

GOAL

England 2-1 Colombia - Andrade

Surely not?

Another goal for Colombia would leave England third and waiting on a lucky loser spot.

Lady Andrade lifts over a cute finish to set up a nervy final few seconds.

England 2-0 Colombia

England's Jodie Taylor is just offside as she peels off the last defender and into space.

FULL-TIME

Mexico 0-5 France

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England 2-0 Colombia

Joe Baldwin: Never a sending off. Colombian keeper clearly got the ball, commentators clearly watching a different game! Too far out as well.

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INJURY TIME

England 2-0 Colombia

Four minutes of injury-time added on.

England 2-0 Colombia

Lady Andrade produces a disappointing cross and that is Karen Bardsley's all day.

The England goalkeeper eats up another few second as she takes her time over a clearance upfield.

England 2-0 Colombia

Lianne Sanderson warms Sandra Sepulveda's palms with a meaty hit from a tight angle. Just three minutes to go and play is exactly where England coach Mark Sampson wants it.

England 2-0 Colombia

Former England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis

BBC Radio 5 live

"Jodie Taylor showed good pace to get to the ball but from a goalkeeper's perspective you don't want to be so far out from your goal. It's a bit of a rash decision. Certainly quite a few of the Colombia players have been treading a fine line."

YELLOW CARD

England 2-0 Colombia

Colombia, pressing forward, are caught miles upfield by a simple ball over the top. Jodie Taylor is chasing after it, goalkeeper Sandra Sepulveda is flying out at top speed, a real 50:50 ball.

Taylor gets a touch of the ball and Sepulveda gets only the England midfielder's shin - at least it looks that way at full speed. Watching very carefully on a replay it does seem as though the keeper just manages to kick the ball away.

The keeper is booked for her efforts.

England 2-0 Colombia

Sue Smith

Former England forward

"Toni Duggan has been outstanding, worked so hard for the team, making opportunities for other players. Jodie Taylor is a world class striker, someone who has vision. Got lots of experience playing in different countries so she can bring that to the game as well."

SUBSTITUTION

England 2-0 Colombia

Diana Ospina makes way for Leicy Santos as Colombia rummage around for something to change this game. Time is against them.

England 2-0 Colombia

Former England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis

BBC Radio 5 live

"It's fantastic that Jodie Taylor is fit enough to come on for the last 10 minutes because she is a very dangerous striker. She has been coming back after knee surgery, and the target was always for her to get some minutes before the close of the group stages."

SUBSTITUTION

England 2-0 Colombia

A change for England as the impressive Toni Duggan comes off to be replaced by Jodie Taylor. This is Taylor's first game in the finals.

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England 2-0 Colombia

Shirley Bradbury: Cor blimey, Lionesses, calm down. Keep the ball for a bit.

Stacy Phillips: Could do with a strong finish to this game. Get another goal and build real momentum going into to the knockouts.

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GOAL

Mexico 0-5 France - Henry

Oh my.

A sublime strike from Amandine Henry - sweet as a nut off her instep from 25 yards and swerving into the top corner past a helpless goalkeeper.

France are now two goals better off than England at the top of the table and probably have Group F in the bag.

England 2-0 Colombia

Opta
Opta

In the last 15 minutes, it is Colombia who have clearly had the upper hand with more than a third of the play in England's defensive third.

SUBSTITUTION

England 2-0 Colombia

Colombia's Yoreli Rincon
AP

A change for Colombia and it is a surprising one. The dangerous Yoreli Rincon, apparently uninjured, jogs off to allow Tatiana Ariza to come on.

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England 2-0 Colombia

Jonathan Verity: England just need to keep possession and slow this down.

Jeffrey Yeung: A slight hint of the England men's team's style creeping in, slightly concerning. Need to settle down and find some composure.

Ian: Not sure about bringing off Fran Kirby. Seem to be slowly withdrawing into our shell. A Colombia goal now makes it very tense...

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England 2-0 Colombia

That was more like it from England and Lianne Sanderson, on as a sub, swipes thin air with a clear sight of goal.

Jordan Nobbs low cross made its way through to her rather unexpectedly and Sanderson missed the ball entirely from 14 yards.

England 2-0 Colombia

A dangerous cross from Diana Ospina on the England left, punched clear by Karen Bardsley.

England need to get their mojo back. This game is slipping into a pattern of Colombia pressure and England passivity.

England 2-0 Colombia

Sue Smith

Former England forward

"England are not as much on the front front, we are playing sideways, we need to go for more goals."

England 2-0 Colombia

Former England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis

BBC Radio 5 live

England coach Mark Sampson
Getty Images

"England need to maintain a good defensive discipline, because we have seen what this Colombia team can do and they have the momentum at the moment. It's positive that Mark Sampson has made a few changes but it's possibly just taking a few minutes for his instructions to be fed through the side.

"I never thought it would be a stress-free second half."