Bayern Munich striker Lineth Beerensteyn scored the winning goal 15 minutes from time after Canada's Christine Sinclair cancelled out the Dutch lead.
Chile have been eliminated from the Women's World Cup after a missing a last-minute penalty that would have sent them through to the knockout stage.
Cameroon beat New Zealand 2-1 with injury time goal.
Australia's Sam Kerr had a spectacular feat on Tuesday by scoring all of four goals in game against Jamaica.
Scotland didn't make it to the next stage of the women's World Cup after a draw with Argentina.
Spain's coach Luis Enrique quit on Wednesday citing "personal reasons". Roberto Moreno, Enrique's assistant, has been named his successor.
In the early hours, Platini's lawyer said the football legend had been released without charge, adding that there has been "a lot of fuss over nothing".
Germany claims a place in quarterfinals after defeating South Africa.
Defending champions USA beat Chile 3-0 on Sunday.
Sweden secured their place in the knockout stage after beating Thailand 5-1.
The Netherlands beat Cameroon beat 3-1 securing their place in the knockout stages
Italy ease into the knockout stages after thrashing Jamaica 5-0
Scotland might see their world cup dreams cut short after upsetting loss against Japan on Friday.
Li Ying's goal hands China a win over South Africa.
Australia was able beat Brazil 3-2 despite an incredible goal from Marta.
Belgian star Eden Hazard unveiled as Real Madrid player
France beat Norway in Nice on Wednesday night.
After the US stormed to a 13-0 victory against Thailand in the Women's World Cup 2019 on Tuesday, we take a look at history's most crushing defeats in the competition.
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Dr Stacey Pope from Durham University told Euronews that women's football is becoming increasingly popular as media coverage of the sport improves.
Turkey's Erdogan attended Arsenal footballer Mesut Özil's wedding as a witness.