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Live Reporting

By Ben Collins

All times stated are UK

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  1. Bye for now

    Sweden 1-0 Canada

    Thank goodness they gave us something to get excited about in the second half. If the knockout stages continue like that then we're in for a treat.

    Thanks for joining us as Sweden booked their place in the last eight. We'll be back for more live text commentary as the quarter-final line-up is completed on Tuesday.

    Italy face Chile (17:00 BST) before the Netherlands take on 2013 runners-up Japan (20:00 BST). Until then, I'll leave you with all of today's action in Paris below.

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    Video caption: Highlights: Sweden 1-0 Canada
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    And you can click here to read Emlyn Begley's match report on what was ultimately an eventful game in Paris.

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    Tom: It's all about the pass from Kosovore Asllani - exquisite. If that's the only moment of quality we get it's almost worth it.

    Lee: Asllani's ball for the goal was the one moment of class to grace this game.

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    But no matter, this 55th-minute strike by Stina Blackstenius was enough to send Sweden into the quarter-finals.

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    Video caption: 'Lovely pass' - Sweden break the deadlock
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    Here's the penalty that Sweden were denied at 1-0...

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    Video caption: Sweden denied a penalty through VAR
  6. 'Germany will much prefer to play Sweden'

    Sweden 1-0 Canada

    Rachel Brown-Finnis

    Ex-England goalkeeper on BBC Radio 5 Live

    I would say Canada have the firepower when they are on it but they didn't show it tonight.

    Germany will much prefer to play Sweden. The players play in similar leagues and will all know each other.

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    Sweden will now face two-time winners Germany on Saturday (17:30 BST).

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    Tony: Canada, if they had their shooting boots on, would be scary.

  9. 'Why wasn't Sinclair on the penalty?'

    Sweden 1-0 Canada

    Pat Nevin

    Former Chelsea and Scotland winger on BBC Radio 5 Live

    The blazing question if you are Canadian is why wasn't it Christine Sinclair on the penalty?

    You are talking about the top goalscorer around.

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    Steve W: Dear Canada. It’s the rectangular thing with netting on it.

    Javel: Some dreadful decision-making and even worse shooting from Canada. They could've won this if they'd turned up. Germany are the winners here.

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    And here's the moment Hedvig Lindahl became a national hero.

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    Video caption: 'Lindahl makes a fine save' - Canada denied from the penalty spot
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    Per: Hedvig Lindahl's save is known as a TV-save in Sweden because nothing looks better on TV than a keeper doing a tiger jump and tipping the ball outside the post.

  13. Video Assistant Referee

    Sweden 1-0 Canada

    The Swedish players celebrate while a VAR check goes on.

    And they can carry on, the check is over.

    No penalty. Sweden are into the last eight of the World Cup.

  14. FULL-TIME

    Sweden 1-0 Canada

    The corner is cleared as far as Ashley Lawrence, whose shot is blocked.

    Then the full-time whistle goes.

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    Leon's free-kick is headed behind for a corner. Last roll of the dice.

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    Jayde Riviere plays a one-two with Adriana Leon but the cross is blocked.

    Hanna Glas' late challenge on Ashley Lawrence then gives Canada a free-kick deep down their left wing, just outside the box.

    The keeper has even come up for it!

  17. SUBSTITUTION

    Sweden 1-0 Canada

    Final change by Sweden as Anna Anvegard replaces goalscorer Stina Blackstenius.

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    A pressure-relieving run down the right by Sofia Jakobsson almost turns into an assist as Schmidt slides in to deny Kosovare Asllani just before Jakobsson's cut-back reaches her.

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    Roger: The use of VAR has now reached the level of absurdity...

    Alan: Is this the Women's World Cup or the VAR World Cup?

  20. 'Seven minutes is now the norm'

    Sweden 1-0 Canada

    Pat Nevin

    Former Chelsea and Scotland winger on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Seven minutes is now the norm for added time. We'll get used to it.

    Stephanie Labbe gestures