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Germany, U.S. advance to quarter-finals at FIFA U20 Women's World Cup

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MONTREAL - Germany clinched top spot in Group B with a 5-1 rout of Brazil on Tuesday at the FIFA U20 Women's World Cup.

Sara Daebritz led Germany (2-0-1) with three goals, while Pauline Bremer scored the other two.

Carol scored for Brazil (0-2-1), which led 1-0 at halftime before losing control of the match.

Germany will play its quarter-final in Edmonton on Saturday against the second-place team in Group A.

Brazil finished in last place in the group.

UNITED STATES 3 CHINA 0

MONCTON, N.B. — Lindsey Horan scored twice in the first half as the United Stets beat China to finish second in Group B.

Rose Lavelle also scored for the U.S. (2-1-0), which will play the winner from Group A in Toronto in Saturday's quarter-finals.

China finished with a record of 0-1-2.

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