Great Britain's men's football team have made it into the Olympic quarter-finals as Daniel Sturridge netted the only goal against Uruguay at the Millennium Stadium.
The Chelsea man has now scored two goals in two games, while Craig Bellamy, named skipper in the absence of rested Ryan Giggs, also came close to hitting the back of the net.
Coach Stuart Pearce said the win capped a golden day for British sport: "Today has been a fantastic day with Wiggins winning gold and that spreads right across Great Britain, it brings a feel good factor to the Olympics and we are glad to have played our part this evening and got the result to get out of the group."
The host nation have now finished top of Group A and will face South Korea in a quarter-final meeting in Cardiff on Saturday evening.
Meanwhile, David Beckham took time out of his training in Los Angeles to wish the team well, saying: "Everyone knows I'd love to be playing for my country but I'm not so I'm a fan.
"I want them to do well, I want, obviously, the players to do very well."