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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. ...

Brazil beat Costa Rica 1-0 to win their group and eliminate their opponent

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Tamires, right, and Brazil are through to the round of 16 after seeing off Costa Rica 1-0.

Raquel Fernandes scored in the 83rd minute and Brazil eliminated Costa Rica from the Women's World Cup with a 1-0 win on Wednesday in Moncton, New Brunswick.

The Costa Ricans needed a result against Brazil, who had already clinched the top spot in Group E after a pair of wins. But Fernandes beat Dinnia Diaz and the Ticos were denied a spot in the round of 16.

Costa Rica had been the lone World Cup newcomer without a loss prior to Wednesday's defeat. But the Brazilians controlled 64 percent...

Brazil advances to knockout stage with win over Spain

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Brazil secured a spot in the knockout stage by defeating Spain on Saturday.

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 on Saturday.

The win is the eighth straight in group stage play for Brazil, which is unbeaten in 14 group matches since a loss to Germany in 1995.

Spain controlled the game for much of the first half, but Brazil closed the half with a flurry -- capped by Alves' second-effort goal after her first shot was cleared near the goal line.

Irene Paredes nearly...

Marta Vieira da Silva of Brazil still seeking World Cup, Olympic glory

Marta is one of the best female players in the history of Brazil, but she's still seeking World Cup and Olympic glory.

MALMO, Sweden -- Marta Vieira da Silva of Brazil strides toward the stadium gates with the resolute air of a player who needs to leave the workday behind. There is still urgency in her gait at age 29.

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Brazil beats South Korea 2-0 on record-setting night for Marta

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Marta celebrates after scoring her Women's World Cup record 15th goal in the tournament's history.

Marta scored her 15th career Women's World Cup goal to become the all-time leader in tournament history, leading Brazil to a 2-0 win over South Korea in Montreal on Tuesday.

Ford: Marta's quest for World Cup glory

The five-time world player of the year scored on a penalty kick in the 53rd minute to put Brazil up 2-0, giving her 15 career World Cup goals and surpassing the 14 goals scored by Germany's Brigit Prinz.

Marta's penalty came after Formiga was fouled by South Korea's So-hyun Cho...