Three up, three down for the World Cup favorite.
The United States closed out the group stage of this summer's Women's World Cup with a 2-0 win over Sweden on Thursday, securing top spot in Group F and setting up an intriguing clash with Spain in the round of 16.
The latter, created by a sharp-angle shot from winger Tobin Heath, was the Americans' 18th goal of the group stage. It's the first time in World Cup history that a team has scored 18 times in the opening round.
Jill Ellis' side is yet to concede a goal in France and will take that unblemished record into Monday's last-16 encounter at the Stade Auguste-Delaune in Reims.
Sweden, meanwhile, will do battle against Canada on Monday in Paris.