Pia Sundhage led USA to two Olympic golds in women's football. She will now look to stop USA in the quarter-finals in Rio.
The United States' women's football team will come up against former coach Pia Sundhage in the quarter-finals at Rio 2016, after Sweden booked their place in the last eight on Tuesday.
Sundhage led USA to Olympic gold in 2008 and 2012, as well as overseeing a run to the final of the 2011 Women's World Cup, but will now be tasked with inflicting a shock defeat on the defending champions and tournament favourites.
Sweden drew 0-0 with China in their final group game - a result that saw both teams progress behind Group E winners Brazil, whose match against South Africa also finished goalless.
Brazil will now face Australia, who trounced Zimbabwe 6-1 in Group F on Tuesday. Canada maintained their perfect record with a 2-1 win against Germany, the next opponents for China.
USA had already qualified from Group G prior to their below-par display in a 2-2 draw with Colombia, which featured a goalkeeping blunder from veteran Hope Solo. France earned second place behind the US, beating New Zealand 3-0 to earn a last-eight meeting with Canada.
Canada had never previously beaten Germany in women's international football, but two goals from skipper Melissa Tancredi brought an end to that.
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Colombia's Catalina Usme received a helping hand from Solo when the keeper let a routine 26th-minute free-kick slip through her hands. However, Solo had no chance when Usme curled home a second set-piece in stoppage time to earn her side an impressive point.
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"No journey to the top is ever perfect. We move on and keep our heads up. The best is yet to come!" - USA star Carli Lloyd remains upbeat on Twitter following the draw with Colombia.
The men's group stage is brought to a close on Wednesday, before the women's quarter-finals take place on Friday.