Canada will officially finish last at the FIFA Women's World Cup in Germany.

The Canadian women were among eight teams that failed to survive the first round at the 16-tournament. But their failed campaign turned a little uglier as pool play wrapped up Wednesday.

North Korea and Colombia played to a 0-0 draw, giving both teams a single point from their three matches. That means they finished higher than winless Canada, even though they failed to score at the tournament.

At 0-3, Equatorial Guinea matched the Canadians in losses. But the Africans, with two goals for and seven against, had a slightly better goal differential than Canada, which scored one goal and gave up seven.

The Canadians exited Tuesday after a 1-0 loss to No. 27 Nigeria. Canada was also beaten 2-1 by No. 2 Germany and 4-0 by No. 7 France.

Canada came into the tournament with an all-time world ranking high of No. 6. Equatorial Guinea is ranked 61st.