Manchester City’s Filippa Angeldahl scored a brace for Sweden against Portugal ©Getty Images

Manchester City’s Filippa Angeldahl scored a brace as Sweden cruised to a 5-0 win over Portugal in their final group C game at the Leigh Sports Village in Manchester.

An own goal by Carole Costa and a penalty from Kosovare Asllani followed by an injury time stunner from Stina Blackstenius helped the Swedes to a comfortable win.

They could face Iceland, Belgium or Italy as all three teams are in a position to qualify for the next round from group D.

Experienced Portuguese goalkeeper Patricia Morais missed to clear the ball from a corner in the 21st minute as Angeldahl capitalised for the opener.

A genius play from Asllani in the 45th minute set up Angeldahl, who made wonderful curling finish to double the lead.

The seven extra minutes added in the first half did not help Portugal as Costa heading post her own keeper from a corner.

The Swedes were growing in confidence and nine minutes into the second half, Diana Silva handled the ball allowing Asllani to convert from the spot.

Blackstenius, who was denied a goal in the hour mark because of VAR intervening, completed the rout with a top-corner finish in the dying minutes,

In the other game of the day, the Netherlands showed their class in a dominating 4-1 win over Switzerland at Bramall Lane in Sheffield to set up a meeting with France in the quarter-finals.

Switzerland’s Ana-Maria Crnogorčević opened the scoring for the opposition with a 49th minute own goal before Géraldine Reuteler equalised for Switzerland in the 53rd  minute.

With scores level at 1-1, Romee Leuchter and Victoria Pelova scored three goals between them in the last 10 minutes as Mark Parsons' side sealed the victory.