FT: Brazil 3 - 0 New Zealand (Newcastle, Olympic Games)
The Seleção finish top of Group C and head into the quarter-finals on the back of three straight victories, with 3 goals in each.
16.21 - FULL TIME - Brazil 3-0 New Zealand - Great and straight-forward performance from Brazil, who dominated for 90 minutes. New Zealand never got into the match and failed to create any chances. Only sour note being Alex Sandro's red card, which shouldn't have been. Good all-round team performance but Marcelo and Lucas very impressive.
90+2' - Some excellent defending from Brazil. They haven't had to do much all game but have dealt with dangerous situations very well when needed.
90+2' - New Zealand with one final attack. Win a corner.
90+1' - Once again, Brazil playing keep ball with ease to retain possession.
89' - Rafael tries one from distance. Good stop from the goalkeeper O'Keeffe.
88' - Romelo tries to place the ball in the net from range but goes wide. Brazil still dominating and creating with 10 men.
86'- Ball drops for McGlinchey in the Brazilian box. His shot from close range is deflected over the bar for a corner.
86' - New Zealand finally string a few passes together with a bit off possession.
84' - Marcelo, who has been fantastic this game, tries to chip the goalkeeper but it goes just over.
84' - Again, Brazil explore a number of different attacks as New Zealand struggle to cope.
81' - SUBSTITUTION - Romulo on for Brazil as Sandro goes off
81' - SUBSTITUTION - Rojas leaves the field for Lucas
80' - Brazil with their minds firmly on the quarter-final game now as seeing out this match becomes a formality.
79' - SUBSTITUTION - New Chelsea signing Oscar comes on for Damiao.
78' - The ten-man Seleção seem frustrated with Alex Sandro's sending off, manager Mano Menezes in particular. There did seem to be contact.
77' - Brazil set up camp on the edge of New Zealand's and attempt a number of attacks.
75' - RED CARD - Alex Sandro is sent off for a second bookable offence of simulation. He won't be available for selection in the quarter-final now.
75' - SUBSTITUTION - Pato replaces Neymar.
74' - Neymar cynically fouled as New Zealand display their frustration.
73' - Corner to Brazil.
72' - Tim Myers returns to the pitch with a bandage around his head.
70' - YELLOW CARD - Alex Sandro picks up a yellow card after clashing heads with Myers, who has to go off for treatment.
69' - Leandro Damiao with a beautiful bit of skill to beat the defender. Great entertainment for the fans inside the Sports Direct Arena.
68' - Manchester United target Lucas tries to bend one in the top corner. Just over.
67'- Game has lost a bit of life as Brazil take their foot off the gas. Just a case of playing out the match during the final 20 minutes.
64' - Brazil continue to pass the ball as they wish. Definitely their easiest game of the group.
62'- Another long ball into the box from New Zealand, an approach which the Brazilians are dealing with easily.
60' - Long free-kick from Hogg is cleared and Brazil break with Lucas. Great cross from Rafael to Neymar, who only has to put the ball in an empty net but blazes it over from a few yards instead. Should be 4-0.
59' - Ball breaks to Danilo in the box. His cross eventually reaches Rafael, who doesn't strike cleanly.
58' - Chris Wood, New Zealand's only goal-scorer during this competition, heads over from corner.
57' - New Zealand win a corner from a bit of a nothing shot. Headed out for another.
56' - Great run from Lucas who finds Neymar on the left. Neymar blasts it over the crossbar.
53' - YELLOW CARD - Ian Hogg booked for challenge on Lucas.
53' - New Zealand threats still being dealt with easily. Brazil break with Lucas, who wins a free-kick on the right thanks to a burst of pace.
51' - GOAL Brazil 3-0 New Zealand (Sandro) - Brilliant free-kick delivered into the box by Marcelo. The ball eludes Damiao but finds Sandro at the back post to finish.
50' - YELLOW CARD - Damiao hacked down by Tim Myers, who is booked by the referee.
48' - Brazil start very much the same as the first-half, controlling play with probing attacks. Seems effortless from the Seleção.
46' - Brazil kick-off for the second-half.
46' - SUBSTITUTION - Tim Myers on for Thomas
46' - SUBSTITUTION - Howieson replaces Barbarouses
15.32 - Teams are out for the second-half. New Zealand with changes.
15.25 - What do you think New Zealand can do to counter such a strong Brazilian side? How many more goals will the Seleção score? Follow me on Twitter (@tom_etherington) and let me know your views.
HT - Brazil 2-0 New Zealand - Totally one-sided game as Brazil completely dominate possession and passing. Goals from Danilo and Damiao, thanks to Alex Sandro assists, gives them a lead which should be furthered in the second-half.
45+1' - Good through ball down the left for Neymar. Attack is halted by the referee's whistle for half-time.
43' - Alex Sandro and Rojas bizarrely get their boots attached together as play pauses.
42' - Neymar tricks his way into the box with some step-overs but his shot is blocked for another corner.
40' - Corner to Brazil after Rafael finds some space for a cross.
39' - Brazil playing keep-ball and moving around the pitch easily.
36' - Gabriel comes a long way to punch a relatively dangerous cross. New Zealand struggling to create any real threats here.
35' - Lucas with some good work down the right-hand side, linking up well.
34' - Neymar dummies Marcelo's pass which almost works out for Brazil but New Zealand just about survive.
33' - O'Keefe almost caught out after long range shot.
32' - Another corner after Marcelo's cross hits the side-netting.
32' - Lucas' strike deflected for a corner after some good work from Brazil.
30' - Corner to New Zealand.
29' - The way things are going this could finish 5-0 or 6-0 to Brazil if New Zealand don't improve.
28' - GOAL Brazil 2-0 New Zealand (Damiao) - Lovely passing and piece of skill from Marcelo, which gives Damiao an easy tap-in.
27' - Long free-kick from New Zealand. Once again dealt with easily by the Brazilian defence.
25' - Alex Sandro strikes from range after some dangerous play from Brazil, who are dominating the game here.
22' - GOAL Brazil 1-0 New Zealand (Danilo) - Great one-two between Damiao and Danilo, who finds himself in front of goal with an easy finish.
20' - Smeltz fouls Thiago Silva, which the Seleção captain didn't appreciate.
19' - Rojas gets a strike away but goes wide of Gabriel's goal.
18' - New Zealand seeing more of the ball now and manage to string some passes together.
17' - Brazil still controlling the game and passing freely.
13' - Another foul committed by New Zealand. They will have to be more careful or they risk picking up lots of bookings.
12' - New Zealand's first attack dealt with comfortably by the Seleção's defence.
11' - Marcelo darts into the box and crosses for Neymar, whose acrobatic shot goes wide.
10' - Sandro manages to beat two defenders before being stopped by Nelsen. Corner to Brazil.
9' - Another free-kick as Neymar continues to cause more problems early on.
8' - Neymar wins free-kick after mazing run through the New Zealand defence.
6' - Neymar has a strike from the edge of the box but doesn't connect well.
6' - It's all Brazil during these opening exchanges, looking like a training session for them.
4' - Neymar puts the ball in the back of the net but he is ruled offside. Brazil look dangerous.
3' - Alex Sandro bursts into the box and tries to pull it back but New Zealand deal with the danger.
2' - Brazil taking their time and knocking the ball around easily.
1' - New Zealand giving away some early fouls, maybe a sign of things to come.
14.30 - New Zealand get the action underway here at the Sports Direct Arena in Newcastle.
14.28 - National anthems are done and the teams are getting ready for kick-off.
14.25 - Welcome to live coverage of Brazil’s final Group C game against New Zealand. With the Seleção already through to the quarter-final stage, what do you expect from this game? Follow me on Twitter (@tom_etherington) and tell me what you think.
New Zealand: O'Keefe; Hogg, Smith, Nelsen, Thomas; Payne, Barbarouses, McGlinchey; Smeltz, Wood, Rojas.
Brazil: Gabriel; Rafael, Thiago Silva, Juan, Marcelo; Alex Sandro, Sandro, Lucas Moura, Danilo; Neymar, Damiao.
14.00 - Live coverage of Brazil - New Zealand will begin at 14.30 BST