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Australia knock off Brazil to advance on late Kyah Simon winner

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Kyah Simon, right, celebrates with her Australian teammates after scoring the team's winning goal vs. Brazil.

MONCTON, New Brunswick -- Substitute Kyah Simon scored in the 80th minute to lift Australia to its first Women's World Cup knockout win, a 1-0 upset of Brazil and star Marta on a rainy Sunday afternoon.

After Katrina Gorry won a ball at midfield, Lisa de Vanna's shot from the top of the penalty area was turned aside by Brazilian keeper Luciana. But the rebound went straight to Simon, who had entered in the 64th minute. She buried the shot for the first goal allowed by Brazil all tournament. ...

Australia draw with Sweden, advance to third-straight round of 16

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The Australian women advance past the group stage for their third World Cup in a row thanks to an early Lisa De Vanna goal.

Lisa De Vanna's early goal was enough for Australia to advance to the knockout stage of the Women's World Cup with a 1-1 draw against Sweden in Edmonton, Alberta, on Tuesday.

It's the third straight World Cup in which Australia has advanced past the group stage. They finished second behind the United States in Group D.

De Vanna put Australia up 1-0 in the fifth minute with a left-footed goal coming after a breakaway behind the Swedish defense.

Sweden tied the game in the 15th minute on a left-footed...

Women's World Cup 2015 day-by-day schedule

24 nations dream of lifting the World Cup in Vancouver on July 5.

From June 6 to July 5, the Women's World Cup in Canada will be a must-watch event. To keep track of who is playing and when, go to espnW...

How the Women's World Cup 2015 bracket will unfold

Julie Foudy predicts how the tournament will play out.

If you're freaking out that England -- not Germany -- is predicted to reach the semifinals in my bracket below, brace yourself. When plotting out the bracket, it became clear that two of the world's best teams will likely meet early. And I'm not even talking about USA-Brazil. If Germany and France win their groups, they likely will be "rewarded" with a date in the quarterfinals. And yes, you're reading the rest of the picks right. The U.S. women will overcome finishing second in Group D to hoist...

Simon scores twice as Australia overwhelm Nigeria 2-0

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The Matildas got back on track after a 3-1 opening defeat against the U.S.

WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- Kyah Simon scored twice to lead Australia to a 2-0 victory over Nigeria in a group stage match Friday at the Women's World Cup.

Simon beat Nigeria goalkeeper Precious Dede on a feed from Lisa De Vanna to put the Matildas up 1-0 in the 29th minute. She then found herself unguarded in the front of the goal to put away Samantha Kerr's arcing cross in the 68th minute.

Australia, ranked No. 10 in the world, fell 3-1 to the second-ranked United States in its Group D opener. The Matildas...