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Australia is only the second team in Women's World Cup history to come back from two goals down, beating Brazil only after a VAR-confirmed own goal.
Australia staged a remarkable three-goal comeback to beat Brazil 3-2 and pick up three crucial points in Group C at the Women's World Cup.
Brazil played coy on the status of star player Marta, who is recovering from a thigh injury, ahead of its Women's World Cup match against Australia.
An opening World Cup loss didn't rattle Australia. Instead of worrying over high expectations, the Matildas are focused wholeheartedly on Brazil.
Brazil's Cristiane scored a hat-trick as the former finalists sealed a superb 3-0 victory over women's World Cup debutants Jamaica.
Six-time FIFA Player of the Year Marta will miss Brazil's Women's World Cup opener against Jamaica on Sunday.
Brazil star Marta is optimistic she will fully recover from a left thigh injury before the women's World Cup starts in France next month.
The Brazilian Football Confederation says star forward Marta has injured her left thigh and is undergoing physical therapy.
Brazil will have to discover some of its luster if the team hopes to win a first Women's World Cup championship.
Brazil's 41-year-old midfielder Formiga is set to become the first player, male or female, to participate at seven World Cups.
Beth Mead scored the go-ahead goal in the 75th minute and England defeated Brazil 2-1 Wednesday in the opening match of the SheBelieves Cup.
After her video with Neymar went viral last month, Natalia Guitler sat down with ESPN Brazil and opened up about life as a pro footvolley player.
Speaking exclusively to ESPN after the World Cup draw, Matildas boss Alen Stajcic said destiny had placed Australia in the same group as Brazil.
England's women's team beat Brazil 1-0 at Meadow Lane on Saturday with Fran Kirby scoring the only goal of the game.
The Matildas have reinforced their supremacy over Brazil with a 3-1 win to open the defence of their Tournament of Nations crown with a bang.
Seventeen years to the day since Brazil beat Australia 2-1 at the Sydney 2000 Olympics, the Matildas returned the favour in Newcastle with a 3-2 win.
A Lisa De Vanna wonder goal and a glancing Sam Kerr header turned it on for a sold-out crowd as the Matildas defeated Brazil 2-1 in Penrith.
In their two-game series on Australian soil, Brazil will be led by legendary forward Marta, a five-time World Player of the Year.
Australia will play Brazil in front of a bumper crowd of about 17,000 people this month after their clash at Penrith was announced as a sellout.
The Matildas have blitzed their way to Tournament of Nations glory by defeating Brazil 6-1 to claim the inaugural four-team competition in style.