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No magic, only heartbreak in Australia's Women's World Cup loss to Norway

NICE, France -- The match had ended minutes earlier, but still no one moved. The once rowdy Australian crowd, which started the night swaying and singing "Waltzing Matilda," fell silent. Several Australian players sat on the field, heads in their hands. Others, after crossing the field to shake hands with their Norwegian opponents, walked dazedly toward the sideline, wiping tears from their eyes.

The Matildas' World Cup run was over.

"It's heartbreaking," forward Caitlin Foord said after...

Norway beat Australia on pens, reach last eight

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ESPN FC's Kate Markgraf breaks down where it all went wrong for Australia and how Norway were able to take advantage in their round of 16 clash.

Norway beat Australia 4-1 on penalties to reach the Women's World Cup quarterfinals for the first time since 2007 following a highly entertaining 1-1 draw after extra time on Saturday.

Norway's Isabell Herlovsen opened the scoring shortly after the half hour, but Elise Kellond-Knight's direct corner seven minutes from time sent the game into extra time -- during which Australia's Alanna Kennedy was sent off.

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Offensive-minded Matildas looking to step up the D against Norway

NICE -- In the days since Australia KO'd Jamaica, finished second overall in the group and drew Norway in the Round of 16, the conversation surrounding Saturday night's Matildas-Gresshoppene matchup has focused largely on lineups and injury reports. (Spoiler alert: All 46 players look good to go for Saturday selection.)

But at Friday night's prematch press conference, Australia head coach Ante Milicic answered an early question that perhaps best illustrates not only his belief in his squad's ability...