Great Britain have exited the Women's Olympic Football Tournament following a 2-0 defeat by Canada in Coventry.
After three wins from three in the group stage, Hope Powell's team never got to grips with their quarter-final opponents as Canada secured a deserved win and a trip to Old Trafford to meet old foes USA on Monday.
Jonelle Filigno and Christine Sinclair got the first-half goals which condemned the hosts to a last eight exit.
Filigno had already been denied once by Karen Bardsley when she met an 11th-minute corner with a perfect half-volley that flashed into the corner of Bardsley's goal.
It was the first time Team GB had conceded during the competition and, after Alex Scott had failed to capitalise on Karen Carney's superb cross, Bardsley was soon picking the ball out of her net again.
A Sinclair free-kick curled delightfully into the corner of the net, which brought back memories of her strike against the hosts of the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup, Germany.
With the impressive Filigno a constant threat, Great Britain could never settle into any sort of rhythm and the absence of Kelly Smith through injury didn't help.
Even free-scoring full-back Stephanie Houghton was unable to threaten, with her forays forward constantly checked by a well-organised Canada side.
In a second half lacking in goalmouth action, Fara Williams wriggled her way to the byline and picked out makeshift striker Jill Scott with a cross but the Everton midfielder was unable to get enough power into her header to trouble Erin McLeod.
Team GB left the field to a standing ovation at the end, with the team hoping that their efforts at this tournament will leave a lasting legacy in the youngsters who have seen them perform.