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 By AAP

Matildas suffer late winner, fall to Japan in Asian Cup final

The Matildas fell to Japan in the final.

Australia have missed a golden opportunity to head into next year's Women's World Cup as Asian champions after suffering an 11th-hour final defeat against Japan in Amman.

Japan substitute Kumi Yokoyama crashed home an impressive winner against the run of play with six minutes remaining after the Matildas had dominated large chunks of the match against the 2011 World Cup winners.

It was a much-improved performance from Australia after some indifferent performances at the eight-nation tournament after...

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Matildas scrape through to beat Thailand to Asian Cup final spot

The Matildas escaped from a monumental semifinal scrap with Thailand, needing an injury-time equaliser and penalties to edge the minnows and reach the Asian Cup final.

Australia stood on the brink of elimination at the end of 90 minutes, trailing 2-1 after a shambolic display. But Alanna Kennedy and goalkeeper Mackenzie Arnold rectified shocking defensive efforts with clutch moments to send Australia into a third-straight continental final.

Kennedy netted a 91st minute equaliser and Arnold made...

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Australia focused on Asian Cup semifinal showdown with Thailand

Matildas' Alanna Kennedy insists being able to rotate players can work in her teams favour as it gives them a chance to keep the team fresh.

Alen Stajcic insists that there is "no complacency" within Australia's ranks as they prepare to take on Thailand in the Asian Cup semifinal.

Stajcic's Matildas earned their place at the 2019 World Cup by progressing to the final four of the AFC tournament in Jordan, jumping off the canvas with a late goal against Japan to seal a 1-1 draw and top spot in their group.

They now look forward to a semifinal against Thailand late on Tuesday.

That will be the rarest of occasions -- a match deep in a tournament...

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Sam Kerr scores twice as Australian women thrash Vietnam in Asian Cup

Matildas' Alanna Kennedy insists being able to rotate players can work in her teams favour as it gives them a chance to keep the team fresh.
Matildas' Emily Gielnik urges Australia to forget past results against Vietnam ahead of their match in the Asian Cup.
Tournament of Nations: Sam Kerr (16') Japan 1-2 Australia

Australia's Women's Asian Cup campaign is well and truly back on track following an 8-0 win over an outclassed Vietnam in Jordan.

An opening scoreless draw against South Korea left little margin for error on Tuesday (Wednesday AEST), but the Matildas responded in perfect fashion with a one-sided victory to sit top of their group on goal difference.

The rout means Australia need to only draw their final group match against Japan to reach the semifinals, and at the same time shore up one of five tickets...