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What it's like to play against (and with) Brazil's Marta

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Missing the Women's World Cup? Don't worry, we've already got your 2023 outlook

LYON, France -- The U.S. women's national soccer team remains atop the sport after winning its second consecutive World Cup. But if American perseverance in 2019 proved anything, it was that 2023 will be even more difficult.

We're still waiting to find out where the world will gather four years from now -- not to mention whether the invite list will be expanded from 24 to 32 teams. In the meantime, here is the outlook for this year's World Cup alums:

United States


Finish: Group F (3-0-0,...

Emotional Marta to Brazil: 'Cry now, smile at the end'

An emotional Marta bid farewell to another unsuccessful World Cup campaign on Sunday with a challenge to Brazil's women: work harder and do more if you want to win.

With tears in her eyes after the 2-1 extra-time loss to hosts France, the woman considered by many to be the greatest ever to play the game said the future of Brazilian soccer was dependent on new generations pushing themselves.

"It's about wanting more, it's about training more, it's about looking after yourself more, it's about being...

It wasn't pretty, but France slide past Brazil and into quarters

LE HAVRE, France -- In a packed Stade Océane, full of passion first, of tension then and of pure joy at the end, France have qualified for the World Cup quarterfinals after their 2-1 win against Brazil in extra time Sunday night.

Les Bleues had never lost against Brazil (three wins and five draws) before this World Cup Round of 16 encounter, and they have kept...

The factors (and kicks) that matter most in a Women's World Cup shootout

We're heading into the knockout rounds of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, when games are settled not with draws or VAR but with a good ol' penalty shootout. You know the rules by now, right? Two teams line up, and individual players take turns shooting at the goal. The keeper dives to a side, and sometimes gets it right. If the teams are tied after five kicks, they each take turns until one team finishes with more.

With the round of 16 kicking off Saturday at 11:30 a.m. ET, we look back at every...