Colombia registered an important victory in the Women's World Cup.

The victory celebrations began even before the new sun rose in Colombia.

On Tuesday, Colombia beat Jamaica 1-0 to make it to the quarter-finals.

Colombia defeated Jamaica on Tuesday, causing an atmosphere of mourning in Jamaica.

"The morning was worth it, we didn't let them down," said Colombia's 18-year-old sensation Linda Cassido.

Colombia will travel to Sydney on Saturday for a knockout match against England.

He spoke to his parents in Jamundi town with the help of local television RCN.

Colombia's victory was echoed by many celebrities from the South American country.

Colombia's Ministry of Sports commended the "spirit, character and bravery" of the Colombian team.