Croatia hammered a 10-man Cameroon 4-0 in Manaus, as Alex Song was sent off in the first half.
Ivica Olic, Ivan Perisic and Mario Mandzukic twice found the net in the Group A clash, with the result ensuring that Cameroon have been knocked out.
Here are the live ratings:
Cameroon Player Ratings
Cameroon First-Half Analysis
Charles Itandje: Looked a little nervy, but he saved well from Perisic's scuffed effort.
Nicolas Nkoulou: Composed display so far but nowhere to be seen for the goal.
Aurelien Chedjou: Solid but unspectacular.
Joel Matip: One bumbling run forward told the story of his team's first half.
Benoit Assou-Ekotto: Has quality when he wants to show it.
Alex Song: Moment of idiocy has cost his country dearly.
Stephane Mbia: Lack of end product hugely frustrating.
Eyong Enoh: Has energy in abundance.
Benjamin Moukandjo: Lively at the beginning but then tailed off.
Maxim Choupo-Moting: Taking up decent positions.
Vincent Aboubakar: His team's best player. Lively and dangerous.
Cameroon Second-Half Analysis
Charles Itandje: Hapless, clearly, but he's also unfortunate not to get more help from his defenders.
Nicolas Nkoulou: Quickly folded when the defence came under increased pressure following the Song red card.
Aurelien Chedjou: Replaced at half-time.
Joel Matip: Overrun in midfield by players of far higher quality.
Benoit Assou-Ekotto: Started to look disinterested and went missing for large periods.
Alex Song: Missed second half following first-half foolishness.
Stephane Mbia: Extremely poor and leggy. Game seemed too fast for him, as did former Sevilla teammate Ivan Rakitic.
Eyong Enoh: Ran around a lot but to little effect.
Benjamin Moukandjo: Missed a sitter late on and was largely frustrating.
Maxim Choupo-Moting: Has so much promise but seems unwilling to utilise it correctly.
Vincent Aboubakar: Best player for his side throughout. Often offered for a pass and was lively until being replaced.
Dany Nounkeu: On at half-time but had little to no effect.
Pierre Webo: Brought a good save from Stipe Pletikosa with a header.
Edgar Salli: Victim of a bad challenge by Eduardo.
Croatia Player Ratings
|Eduardo da Silva||N/A||6|
Croatia First-Half Analysis
Stipe Pletikosa: Hasn't had much to do.
Darijo Srna: Hasn't been at his best.
Vedran Corluka: Solid.
Dejan Lovren: Has handled everything that Vincent Aboubakar has tried.
Danijel Pranjic: Not getting forward enough.
Ivan Rakitic: Not quite at his stellar best, though good set pieces.
Luka Modric: Quietly effective.
Ivan Perisic: Best player on the pitch. Always seems to find space.
Sammir: Disappointingly ineffective.
Ivica Olic: Right place, right time for his goal.
Mario Mandzukic: A nuisance for Cameroon, and drew the red card.
Croatia Second-Half Analysis
Stipe Pletikosa: Didn't have much to do.
Darijo Srna: Not the attacking force he once was.
Vedran Corluka: Did everything he needed to do.
Dejan Lovren: The team's leader at the back.
Danijel Pranjic: Steady.
Ivan Rakitic: Improved second half and almost scored a deserved goal.
Luka Modric: Made things tick in the middle.
Ivan Perisic: Man of the match. A terrific display capped off with a classy goal.
Sammir: Will be frustrated at not taking his chance to impress.
Ivica Olic: As hardworking as ever.
Mario Mandzukic: Two poacher's goals. Will be vital in the rest of the tournament.
Eduardo: Didn't take a presentable chance and was booked.
Mateo Kovacic: Pleasing cameo.
Ante Rebic: Didn't have enough time to impress.