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Live Reporting

By Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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    The celebrations are under way at the Stade Oceane. I'll leave you with the report from this game and head off.

    There's more Women's World Cup action to come this evening with South Korea playing Norway and hosts France taking on Nigeria. Both games are available to watch online while France's game is also on BBC Four.

    See you later!


    China 0-0 Spain


    So this is how Group B finishes.

    Germany, ranked second in the world, march into the last 16 and a game in Grenoble on 22 June against a team yet to be decided.

    Spain finish runners-up - and now head to Reims for a knockout tie against the United States or Sweden on 24 June.

    China also go through as one of the best third-placed finishers after collecting four points.

    South Africa are heading home.


    China 0-0 Spain

    No time for a last attack but it doesn't matter. Spain take second place in Group B.

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    China 0-0 Spain

    Seconds left as China head away a corner. Spain pick up the ball again. Is there time for one last attack?

    Alexia Putellas
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    China 0-0 Spain

    Deep into stoppage time now. Spain are firmly on course to not only finish second but also secure their first ever clean sheet at a Women's World Cup.

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    China 0-0 Spain

    Peng Shimeng is up and ok to continue, but her knee took a heavy knock. How badly will that affect her for the final few minutes?

    Peng Shimeng
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    China 0-0 Spain

    Concern here for China. Peng Shimeng is down injured after colliding with the upright as she attempted to thump clear a corner.

    China coach Xiuquan Jia looks concerned. He has no more substitutes left to make...


    China 0-0 Spain

    Both sides make their final changes as Celia Jiménez replaces Lucía García for Spain while China bring on Yao Wei for Gu Yasha.

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    China 0-0 Spain

    Spain have definitely stepped it up a bit now and Peng Shimeng is called into action once again as she pushes Jenni Hermoso's hooked effort over the bar.

    China holding on a bit now. They are through with a draw but if they lose it will leave them in danger of missing out on being one of the best third-placed teams.


    China 0-0 Spain

    Finally! Best chance of the game as Patri Guijarro drills a low shot at goal and Peng Shimeng dives to push away.

    Whisper it quietly, but suddenly things appear to be sparking into life here...

    Patri Guijarro
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    China 0-0 Spain

    A promising attack ends in immediate disappointment as Lucía García sweeps an attempted pass out wide out of touch. She had plenty of better options available.

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    China 0-0 Spain

    Another ball is sent into the box from the left, Alexia Putellas gets her head to it but can only direct her effort straight at Peng Shimeng.

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    China 0-0 Spain

    China are getting deeper and deeper. A bit risky as Spain are finding a few more pockets of space to work with in their approach to the box. A cross goes in for Jenni Hermoso but the striker glances a header wide.

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    China 0-0 Spain

    The crowd are a bit subdued and you can't really blame them. There's not been a great deal to get excited about in this game.

    In fact, a bit of Los del Rio's Macarena got the fans moving more than anything in this game itself.

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    China 0-0 Spain

    Lin Yuping goes through the back of Jenni Hermoso and Spain have a opportunity from 30 yards. Alexia Putellas steps up and fires the free kick at goal but Peng Shimeng has it covered.

    Alexia Putellas

    China 0-0 Spain

    Spain make another change in attack as Alexia Putellas replaces Nahikari García.

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    China 0-0 Spain

    Another corner for Spain but once again it comes to nothing. The European's lack of attacking threat has been really evident in this game and is something they will need to improve on in the knockout rounds.

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    China 0-0 Spain

    Substitute Li Wen is shown a yellow card for a foul. From the free-kick Spain attack before Marta Corredera scoops a harmless effort wide.

    Wen Li
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    China 0-0 Spain

    Spain have often tried to catch out China by going down the wings but their best opportunities have come through the middle.

    They go close when Lucía García receives the ball just outside the box and shoots low towards the corner but Peng Shimeng stretches to push the effort away.

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    Video caption: Shimeng saves shot from Spain's Garcia