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Bronze: Great Britain
Much to the delight of their home crowd, Great Britain was the only team in the women's tournament that didn't let up a single goal in group play.
Great Britain was in control of most of the first game, winning 1-0, and completely dominated in their second game, winning 3-0. Defender Stephanie Houghton scored a goal in both games.
Their third game against Brazil was the only tough game Great Britain has played so far. After Houghton scored her third goal of the tournament in just the second minute of the game, the rest of the game went goalless.
Great Britain should advance past Canada in the quarterfinals but will have a tough time if they need to play the only other undefeated team, the United States, in the semifinals.
Even though they finished second in Group E, Brazil led the group in goals.
In their first game against Cameroon, Brazil had the most lopsided victory of the tournament. They went on to win 5-0 with four different players scoring goals. Cristiane even scored the 11th goal in her career in the Olympics to make her the all-time leader in goals scored in Olympics history.
In the following game, Brazil completely controlled the game against New Zealand but was only able to put in one goal. Brazil dominated the possession 56 percent to 44 percent and out-shot New Zealand 15-5.
In their final game in group play, Brazil lost to Great Britain 1-0, even though it was a very even game.
Now that their in the quarterfinals, Brazil has to prove their one loss was a fluke and get to the gold medal game. They have an extremely tough matchup with Japan, but if they defeat them they will have much a much easier game in the semifinals.
Gold: United States
The United States have steamrolled their way into the quarterfinals, led by scorers Abby Wambach and Alex Morgan.
In the first game, the United States were down early, letting up two goals in the first 14 minutes of the game. They took control of the game from then on, though, and tied the game before the half and then put in two goals for the win in the second.
The second game was more of the same. The United States controlled the game from the opening minute and defeated Colombia 3-0. Colombia only had one shot on goal that entire game.
Even though the final game was only 1-0, the United States still had complete control of this game. They owned the possession battle 63 percent to 37 percent and again only allowed one shot on goal.
The United States drew a very easy matchup in the quarterfinals. They should defeat New Zealand with ease and then move on to the semifinals where they will most likely face Great Britain. Defeating the only other undefeated team should be tough, especially since the crowd will clearly be on Great Britain's side, but the United States has what it takes to persevere and move on to the gold medal match.
No matter who they face in the finals, the United States should be the favorite and will take home their third straight Olympic gold medal.