Ryan Giggs of Team GB football team
Great Britain comfortably defeated Cameroon to win their second successive match at the Olympics and seal their passage to the quarter-finals of the women's football competition.
Casey Stoney struck from close range before Jill Scott finished a sensational flowing first-half move, reports the BBC.
Anita Asante was denied by a goal-line clearance but Steph Houghton struck with a crisp strike late in the match.
GB later lost Ifeoma Dieke, who was stretchered off after the break.
The Scottish defender, who had earlier made a good block to deny Madeleine Ngono Mani, picked up an injury after tangling with Ajara Nchout in the second half.
It was the only real negative on a sunny afternoon in front of 30,103 in Cardiff when GB proved far too strong for a team thrashed 5-0 by Brazil in their opening Group E fixture.
Earlier in the day, Brazil had narrowly beaten New Zealand in their second group game, Cristiane hooking the ball into the net with five minutes remaining.
That result meant GB knew before they kicked off that a victory against their west African opponents would guarantee their qualification with a match to spare.