The dream is over for the New Zealand under-17 women's football team at the world cup in Uruguay.
They've lost their semi final 2-0 to European champions Spain.
They will now play off for third place on Sunday against either Mexico or Canada.
The side made history by becoming the first New Zealand team at any level to make the final four of a FIFA tournament.
The dream of a World Cup win might be over but the coach of the New Zealand under-17 women's football team couldn't be more proud of the side.
"In the first half we took it to them. There were long periods of that game where we had them camped in their half and we hit the cross bar... and then they went down the other end and switched off they got that [first] goal which was an absolute killer," said coach Leon Birnie.
Spain went 2-0 up early in the second half and Birnie said it was always going to be difficult to come back from that point.
"I am so proud of them. They put in everything they could right up until that final whistle. It's been a fantastic tournament. We have got out of group play for the first time and then we have got into the semis for the first time - it's an amazing time for football in our country.
"They'll be disappointed but we'll refocus and we have got the playoff game and if we can win that, that would be another special moment."
Look back at the match here: