Group E saw a traditional European power advance with three wins, while Denmark and Cameroon both suffered disappointment at the hands of Japan.
Holland coach Bert van Marwijk will treat Arjen Robben with caution ahead of Monday's last-16 clash with Slovakia after the winger came on yesterday.
Takeshi Okada believes that Japan's progress into the second round of the FIFA World Cup was down to winning their opening match.
Budweiser Man of the Match Keisuke Honda and Japan coach Takeshi Okada both indicated that they were happy but not satisfied with their advancement to the last 16.
Paul Le Guen announced that he was stepping down from his post as coach of Cameroon after the African side's disappointing group-stage exit from South Africa 2010.
Japan made history by reaching the Round of 16 for the first time on foreign soil, eliminating Denmark in the process with a 3-1 win in Rustenburg.