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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.
Australia will take on the Brazil national women's team in a pair of friendlies in September, Football Federation Australia has announced.
Brazil have taken over at the top of the FIFA rankings for the first time since 2010.
The Tite era could hardly have gotten off to a better start. In the manager's debut, Gabriel Jesus led Brazil to an electrifying 3-0 win over Ecuador.
Alen Stajcic has described the Matildas' Olympics QF loss to Brazil as one of the most courageous efforts he has seen in Australian sport.
Australia's women's team will enter the Olympics all the wiser for a 3-1 away loss to Brazil, coach Alen Stajcic says.
Northern Ireland are prepared to learn from five-time World Cup winners Brazil's failings as they try to upset Germany.
The Brazil women's team won the gold medal at the Pan American Games on Saturday, after defeating Colombia 4-0.
Kyah Simon put home a rebound in the 80th minute as Australia pull off shock 1-0 win over Brazil.
Raquel Fernandes scored in the 83rd minute and Brazil eliminated Costa Rica from the Women's World Cup with a 1-0 win.
Andressa Alves scored in the 44th minute as Brazil earned a spot in the knockout stage with a 1-0 win over Spain at the Women's World Cup in Montreal.
Marta Vieira da Silva of Brazil is far from done with her quest for Women's World Cup glory for her country.
Marta scored her 15th career Women's World Cup goal as Brazil beat South Korea 2-0.
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When plotting out the bracket, it became clear that two of the world's best teams will likely meet early.
Marta has yet to lead her squad to a Women's World Cup crowd. Will this year break the drought?
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