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Germany, China into last eight at Women's World Cup

China's Wang Shanshan tries to keep the ball in play as she is pressured by Cameroon's Jeannette Yango during the FIFA Women's World Cup Group of 16 Match at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Canada on June 20, 2015Germany and China booked the first two spots in the quarter-finals of the Women’s World Cup as they brushed aside rivals Sweden and Cameroon. Germany, champions in 2003 and 2007, demolished Sweden 4-1 in Ottawa on Saturday, while China won 1-0 in Edmonton to send the last African challenger Cameroon home.

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