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Live Reporting

By Emlyn Begley

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    OK that's the end of this live page now. Thanks for joining us. Apologies for not speaking French.

    Read the match report here.

    We'll be back in just under half an hour to bring you build-up of Sweden v USA and Thailand v Chile. Find those pages on the BBC Sport football website from 19:30 BST.

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    Karl Bristow: People knocking this World Cup, just watch the final moments of the Cameroon game, great individual goal, great drama!

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    Apologies if you're hoping for some Cameroon reaction but I only speak English so can't tell you what their manager and players are saying.

    I speak a small bit of Irish as well, but that's even less use to me here.

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    NZ keeper Erin Nayler: "Gutted. I think we deserved it. I think it'll make us stronger. We have the Olympics to look forward to. We'll learn from our mistakes."

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    New Zealand manager Tom Sermanni (with a strong Scottish accent): "We had to take risks. If we'd done a couple of things a bit better and taken risks we'd have scored the second goal.

    "I couldn't ask any more of them. If we'd done a couple of things we'd talked about a bit better, we could have gone through."

  6. WATCH: Cameroon's Aurelle Awona gifts New Zealand an equaliser

    That late winner was a huge let-off for Aurelle Awona.

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    Video caption: Cameroon's Aurelle Awona gifts New Zealand an equaliser
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    It's probably England in the last 16 for Cameroon, although it could still be France. We will know more after the late game between Chile and Thailand.

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    That goal eliminates Argentina, who can no longer finish as one of the top four third-placed teams.

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    New Zealand players are on the ground devastated. But in truth, they didn't do enough to win. Cameroon deserved to win.

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    That goal was scored with 11 seconds to go. Cameroon were on their way out. Now they're going into the last 16.

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    Cameroon 2-1 New Zealand

    Football, eh?


    Cameroon 2-1 New Zealand

    That was literally the last kick of the game. It's all over. Cameroon are into the knockout stages.

  13. GOAL - Cameroon 2-1 New Zealand

    Ajara Nchout


    Ajara Nchout has scored the winner with almost the last kick and Cameroon are going into the last 16.

    She gets the ball on the edge of the box, cuts inside Ria Percival, then cuts the other way past the defender, composes herself and then guides the ball into the corner of the net.

    Ajara Nchout
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    Cameroon 1-1 New Zealand

    There are just 30 seconds left.

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    Cameroon 1-1 New Zealand

    It's a decent free-kick by Erin Nayler into the mixer. But Katie Bowen fouls the Cameroon keeper and it's a free out.

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    Cameroon 1-1 New Zealand

    New Zealand free-kick on the halfway line. The keeper comes forward to take it.

    It's now or never. Do or die.

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    Cameroon 1-1 New Zealand

    New Zealand attack and Cameroon counter... but it's too far for Gabrielle Onguene. Frantic.

    Two minutes left.

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    Cameroon 1-1 New Zealand

    Cameroon are giving this their all. Gabrielle Onguene just wide from the edge of the box.

    Gabrielle Onguene
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    Cameroon 1-1 New Zealand

    Cameroon are knocking on the door. Michaela Abam controls the ball and lets it drop before blasting wide from 20 yards.

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    SMS Message: What happens if New Zealand win 2-1, but have two players sent off. :-) from From David in Wolverhampton.
    From David in Wolverhampton.

    They'd go out then. But don't think we need to worry about that