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FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Australia fight back from two goals down to stun Brazil and keep tournament hopes alive

Firstpost Friday, 14 June 2019
Australia fought back from two goals down to beat Brazil 3-2 in Montpellier on Thursday and keep their Women's World Cup hopes alive.
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News video: World Cup Daily: Explaining France's Stadium Situation

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As the Fifa Women's World Cup enters its second weekend, we take a look at some of the stadiums that are being used in this year’s tournament and wonder why France’s largest football venue is not being used.

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