Nirra Fields scored 17 points and Shay Colley added 11 to help Canada beat France 59-45 on Friday in the women's basketball World Cup.

The victory moved Canada (2-0) into the driver's seat as the only unbeaten team left in its group.

“It's great for us,” Canada guard Kia Nurse said. “Great momentum moving forward.

The first game against Serbia it showed what we can do, a great team win. To do that again with everyone contributing is huge.”

In other games Friday, the U.S. routed Puerto Rico 106-42; China beat Bosnia and Herzegovina 98-51;

Serbia defeated Japan 69-64 and Belgium topped South Korea 84-61. Australia routed Mali 118-58.

Canada led 20-17 with 3 minutes left in the second quarter before going on a 17-0 run spanning the half to take control of the game.