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Vladimir Gojkovic was on the scoresheet for Montenegro
Great Britain's London 2012 campaign ended with a fifth successive defeat, going down 13-4 to Montenegro.
The men's water polo team were playing for pride against the Balkan nation, having already been confirmed as Group B's bottom team.
Montenegro, however, were after a win which would secure second place in a preliminary group dubbed the Group of Death.
Great Britain went three goals down in the opening quarter, before centre-forward Adam Scholefield scored from in front of goal.
Montenegro fired home one more before the end of the period to take the score to 4-1 at the first break.
Team GB leaked two more in the opening minutes of the second period, but Glen Robinson converted a man-up opportunity to claim the hosts' second goal of the match.
In a frantic spell of scoring in the dying minutes of the first half, Montenegro scored with a long-range effort, before Rob Parker clawed one back for Great Britain.
The Balkan side added one more to their tally before half-time, taking the score to 8-3 at the break.
A tighter third period saw Great Britain fail to take advantage of extra-player chances, while Montenegro rattled the woodwork.
Team GB captain Craig Figes scored the quarter's first, but Montenegro responded shortly after by firing in a penalty.
The eventual winners scored again before the end of the period by lobbing into the top corner to take their tally into double-figures.
Montenegro pushed on in the fourth period to fire three unanswered goals past Great Britain.
Aleksandar Radovic and Boris Zlokovic scored hat-tricks for Montenegro, while Mladan Janovic and Aleksandar Ivovic netted a brace each.
Nikola Janovic, Vladimir Gojkovic and Predrag Jokic scored one apiece.
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