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Sam Kerr stars as Australia claim victory over Brazil

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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.

And, oh how far they have come since then. Apart from the fact Tuesday night's result marked the third-straight triumph over Brazil, it was also the Matildas' fifth successive victory -- equalling their longest winning streak.

Marta and her Brazil teammates were simply no match for red hot Sam Kerr and her fellow Matildas.

Australia's star striker stole...

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Lisa De Vanna strike helps Matildas beat Brazil

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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.

Little over a month after wiping the floor with their Rio Olympics conquorers 6-1 to win the Tournament of Nations, the world No.6 Matildas opened their two-match friendly series at Pepper Stadium in Penrith by taking 23 shots to six.

Debinha's second half goal was no more than a consolation for the visitors.

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Women's football legend Marta to lead Brazil in two-game series vs. Australia

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Marta is a legend of women's football.

A 17,000-strong crowd at Penrith's Pepper Stadium will be pulling for the Matildas but at least a few in the national team set-up believe a few cheers should be saved for a true superstar of the game.

In their two-game series on Australian soil, Brazil will be led by legendary forward Marta, a five-time World Player of the Year.

Such is her dominance of the women's game, she was voted in the top three for that award for 11 straight years -- a run not even Lionel Messi can match.

While there's debate...

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FFA confirms Australia vs. Brazil match in Penrith sold out

Australia won the inaugural Tournament of Nations with their third and most decisive victory of the competition over Brazil.
Samantha Kerr scored a first-half hat trick to lift Australia to their second straight Tournament of Nations victory.

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 crowds will be the biggest enjoyed by the national women's soccer team on home soil since the Sydney Olympics.

World-beating performances by Alen Stajcic's side, most recently at the Tournament of Nations, have surged public interest in the Matildas.

At the U.S.-based competition last month, Australia beat the world champion hosts, Japan and Brazil --...

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Matildas put six past Brazil to win inaugural Tournament of Nations

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Australia won the inaugural Tournament of Nations with their third and most decisive victory of the competition over Brazil.

The Matildas have blitzed their way to Tournament of Nations glory by defeating Brazil 6-1 to claim the inaugural four-team competition in stunning style.

Doubles from record-breaker Lisa De Vanna and Caitlin Foord helped Australia overturn an early deficit in Carson, with Katrina Gorry also adding her name to the scoresheet on Thursday (Friday AEST).

Sam Kerr was irrepressible, winning a first-half penalty to earn an equaliser before providing two assists and icing the match with Australia's sixth...