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Australia Beats France in Penalties to Reach Women’s World Cup Semis

Australia Beats France in Penalties to Reach Women’s World Cup Semis

Australia's women's soccer team, known as the Matildas, defeated France in a thrilling penalty shootout to secure a spot in the semi-finals of the FI

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Australia’s women’s soccer team, known as the Matildas, defeated France in a thrilling penalty shootout to secure a spot in the semi-finals of the FIFA World Cup. The quarter-final match ended in a 0-0 tie after extra time. Goalkeeper Mackenzie Arnold played a crucial role by saving three French penalties, and Vicki Becho’s shot hitting the post opened the door for Australia. Cortnee Vine’s successful penalty kick secured the victory. This marks Australia’s first time advancing to the World Cup semi-finals. They will face either England or Colombia in the next round. France had their chances but couldn’t find the net. The Matildas will now move forward with high hopes in the tournament.

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