Spain, beaten 1-0 by Japan in their opening Group D match, could not respond to Jerry Bengston's first-half goal in Newcastle, and with no points from two matches cannot finish in either of the top two qualifying positions from their group.

Bengston stunned Spain with a thundering header in the seventh minute but the Hondurans, who qualified for the Olympics ahead of the United States, rode their luck with the Spanish hitting the woodwork three times.

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Spain protested strongly for a penalty in the final minutes and at the final whistle they surrounded the referee in an animated protest.

Japan, who beat Morocco 1-0 on Sunday, top the group with six points and are through to the last eight. Honduras are second on four points and will go through with a draw against Japan on Wednesday.

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