Australia may be galvanised after their stunning win over Brazil, but that doesn't mean the problems that plague the Matildas have been resolved.
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Australia team skipper Sam Kerr hit back at critics after the Matildas came from two goals down to beat Brazil 3-2.
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.
Despite a stunning opening loss by the Australian women's team in the World Cup, Graham Arnold believes there's no reason to panic.
There has never been an Australian player, male or female, like Katrina Gorry. So why won't the midfield playmaker get a start under Ante Milicic?
Italy Women earned a 2-1 win over Australia in their World Cup opener with the last kick of the game.
Australia suffered a shocking 2-1 loss to Italy in their Women's World Cup opener. But as Sam Kerr said, "the World Cup is far from over."
Australia's first women's soccer superstar knows that her performance in the 2019 Women's World Cup could redefine what's possible for Aussie women.
FIFA is under pressure to introduce parity in prize money between the men's and women's World Cups, with Australia leading the charge for equality.
A Football Federation Australia (FFA) board member has apologised for implying Alen Stajcic was sacked as Matildas coach for misconduct.
Matildas striker Michelle Heyman has retired from national team duty after missing out on next month's World Cup.
Mary Fowler has always had talent but even she concedes she might be ahead of schedule after making the Matildas' squad for next month's World Cup.
Talented and playing well, Australia still has its work cut out for itself at the 2019 Women's World Cup.
The Matildas will enter the World Cup on their worst losing run in three years after a 3-0 thrashing by the Netherlands.