The Oranjevrouwen became the group winner on Thursday at the World Cup in France. The team of national coach Sarina Wiegman won the last group match in Reims 2-1 against Canada.
The Netherlands had the victory thanks to goals from Anouk Dekker (1-0 and 54th minute) and substitute Lineth Beerensteyn (2-1 in 75th minute). Canada had reached the same level in the meantime thanks to a hit by Christine Sinclair (1-1 in 60th minute).
The other group match between Cameroon and New Zealand ended in a 1-1 draw by goals from Ajara Nchout (1-0 in 57th minute) and Aurelle Awona (1-1 in 80th minute, own goal).
The Netherlands previously also defeated New Zealand (1-0) and Cameroon (3-1) and thus decided against Canada the group stage with nine points from three games.
The reigning European champion will take on Tuesday at 9 p.m. in Paris as number one in group E against Japan, which came second behind England in group D.
Canada is the number two in group E and the number two in group F (Sweden or the United States). Cameroon and New Zealand are disabled.