26 July: UAE 1 Uruguay 2
26 July: Great Britain 1 Senegal 1
29 July: Egypt 1 New Zealand 1
29 July: Brazil 3 Belarus 1
1 August: Spain 0 Morocco 0
4 August: Japan 3 Egypt 0
7 August: Brazil 3 South Korea 0
31 July: USA 1 North Korea 0
6 August: USA 4 Canada 3
Old Trafford's successful stint as an Olympic football venue came to an end on Tuesday night when Rafael's Brazil beat South Korea 3-0 in the men's semi-finals.
A crowd of 69,389 at the Theatre of Dreams saw Romulo's first-half goal and Leandro Damiao's second-half double book a place for the favourites in Saturday's final at Wembley, where Mexico will stand between the Brazilians and the gold medal.
South Korea, who knocked out Ryan Giggs and Tom Cleverley's Team GB on penalties in the quarter-finals, will now compete for the bronze medal with Japan.
Tuesday's semi-final was the ninth match to be proudly staged by United's world-famous stadium. Monday's last-four match in the women's tournament was perhaps the pick of them in terms of entertainment, as USA beat neighbouring Canada 4-3 in extra time. With penalties looming, Alex Morgan snatched a sensational winner for the Americans in the 123rd minute of