Argentina made it three wins out of three at the International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments (INAS) World Football Championships in Sweden to advance to the semi-finals.
They thrashed Germany 8-0 in Group A at Sannerudsvallen Stadium in Kil to back up wins over the host nation and France.
The South Americans have also been handed three points automatically after South Africa withdrew from the competition.
As a result they will top the group with 12 points from 12.
David Antonio fired home the Argentine opener after 20 minutes and Enzo David Stampone doubled the lead.
Antonio's header made it 3-0 and Victor Manuel Ammirato poked home a fourth before adding the fifth.
Stampone became the third Argentinian to bag a brace and substitutes Brian Sergio Daniel Paz Alameda and Jose Luis Navarro added extra gloss with a goal each.
Sweden were due to play South Africa today in the tournament's other game, with the hosts awarded the victory.
They will now play France on Monday (August 13) to determine who joins Argentina in the next round from Group A.
Saudi Arabia and Poland have already qualified from Group B.