The Netherlands have eased into the last 16 at Euro 2020 as group winners thanks to a 2-0 win over Austria which also eliminated North Macedonia.
Memphis Depay netted with a penalty after 11 minutes and Denzel Dumfries scored after the break in Amsterdam to give the Dutch six points from six in Group C.
They join Italy and Belgium in already qualifying for the knockout stages with a group game to spare.
"It was fantastic. The game was different (to the first group win over Ukraine 3-2). We created chances and deserved to win," Dumfries said.
Groups are determined by head-to-heads if teams finish level, meaning tournament debutants North Macedonia are now guaranteed to finish bottom of Group C and are out, irrespective of their final game against the Dutch on Monday.
They lost to both Austria and Ukraine.
Austria now face a crunch clash with Ukraine knowing only a win will put them through as the second-placed team. Third place might be enough for the last 16 depending on other results.
"It is bitter obviously," said Austria captain David Alaba, who conceded the penalty. "We tried to be brave and play a high line. We just didn't have the answers."
Matthijs de Ligt returned to the Dutch starting line-up having missed the 3-2 opening win over Ukraine with a groin problem.
Austria brought in Michael Gregoritsch, who scored off the bench in the 3-1 win over North Macedonia, with fellow forward Sasa Kalajdzic dropping out. Marko Arnautovic was suspended for a controversial goal celebration in the first group match.
A sea of orange welcomed the players and the boisterous crowd was soon jumping for joy. Alaba trod on the foot of Dumfries and the referee pointed to the spot after video review.
Depay dispatched the spot-kick in style and the Dutch were comfortable from there on.
The forward could have had two more in the first half, hitting the side netting with a fierce effort before missing a glorious opportunity when he scooped over from close in.
The Netherlands were again on top in the second half with Austria keeper Daniel Bachmann saving well from Stefan de Vrij before De Ligt missed the target.
The second goal finally came on the break when substitute Donyell Malen squared for Dumfries to slot home on 67 minutes.
Austria barely threatened with Arnautovic's absence proving costly.
The Dutch failed to qualify for Euro 2016 and the 2018 World Cup, but now they are back among the big boys. Their last 16 game will be in Budapest against a third-placed team from Group D, E or F.
Australian Associated Press