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Live Reporting

By Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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  1. Bye bye

    Australia 3-2 Brazil

    Time to go and lie down in a dark room for a day or so after another extraordinary match packed with incident at the Women's World Cup.

    Thanks for your company. You can read Tom Garry's report from Montpellier here.

    And don't forget we're just over half an hour away from the second game of the day from the tournament between South Africa and China in Group B in Paris.

    You can follow that here.

    Bye bye.

  2. 'Brazil architects of their own downfall'

    Australia 3-2 Brazil

    Casey Stoney

    Manchester United Women manager on BBC Two

    It's an unbelievable result. That goal before half-time was pivotal for Australia. They knew if they kept putting the ball in the box they'd get their goals - although Brazil were the architects of their own downfall.

  3. Wasn't that sweet?

    Australia 3-2 Brazil

    "Wasn't that sweet?" asks Australia's Elise Kellond-Knight during a TV interview. "It's just unbelievable. It's a game I will remember forever. We deserved it and dug deep. I'm so proud. I can't remember coming from 2-0 behind before."

  4. Post update

    Australia 3-2 Brazil

    Back to Montpellier where there are nice scenes inside Stade de la Mosson.

    Australia's players are still out around the pitch signing autographs for fans who have stayed behind.

    Midfielder Amy Harrison, who did not play, is approached by a supporter who wants her to sign a Brazil shirt. She obliges.

    Meanwhile, Alanna Kennedy is wearing the biggest smile as she signs a cap handed to her by a fan.

    Australia celebrate after full-time
  5. News from the England camp

    England v Argentina (Friday, 20:00 BST)

    Caroline Chapman

    BBC Sport in Le Havre

    England boss Phil Neville has spoken to the media about Friday's game with Argentina.

    Toni Duggan missed their 2-1 win over Scotland with a thigh problem and Neville said the Argentina game will come a couple of days too soon for the Barcelona forward.

    "She's come on leaps and bounds since Scotland but it’s probably come a bit earlier. She’ll be back for Japan," said Neville, who sat alongside defender Demi Stokes, who is back to full fitness.

    "We'll probably make one or two changes. There are a couple of positions we want to freshen up in. Those players who played against Scotland all deserve to go again."

    Phil Neville and Demi Stokes
  6. Post update

    This time tomorrow England will be getting ready to face Argentina in Le Havre.

    Lionesses boss Phil Neville has been speaking to the media about Toni Duggan, who missed the Scotland win with an injury.

  7. Post update

    Australia 3-2 Brazil

    This is the first time in 24 years a team has blown a two-goal lead at Women's World Cup to lose – Germany were 2-0 up against Sweden in the group stage in 1995 before going down 3-2.

    In addition, this is the first time in the history of the tournament that Australia have come from two goals down to either win or draw.

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    Matt Molloy: Women's world cup is showing that however useful VAR might be, it's useless if the people looking at things still get it wrong. Apparently tech isn't getting rid of human error.

  9. Rate the players

    Australia 3-2 Brazil

    Player rater graphic

    Australia's Ellie Carpenter has impressed the most so far but there's still time for you to rate the players here.

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    Group C. Wide open.

  11. Finest ever comeback?

    Australia 3-2 Brazil

    Tom Garry

    BBC Sport at Stade de la Mosson, Montpellier

    There are huge sighs of relief from some of my Australian colleagues up here in the press box, and roars of delight from their players down on the turf. They showed tremendous fighting spirit. That's up there among this tournament's finest ever comebacks.

    Brazil look absolutely gutted, but what a game that was.


    Australia 3-2 Brazil

    The Matildas are still waltzing!

    Australia celebrate

    Australia 3-2 Brazil

    Karly Roestbakken is on for Australia for her World Cup debut. She is 18-years-old. There are seconds left. Will she get a touch?

  14. Post update

    Australia 3-2 Brazil

    No penalty after a blue shirt went down surrounded by a number of Australian players.

  15. Post update

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    VAR check for a Brazil penalty!

  16. Post update

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    Five minutes additional time.

    A late, late, twist?

  17. Post update

    Australia 3-2 Brazil

    As it stands, Brazil, Italy and Australia will all have three points in Group C. Italy's second match is against World Cup debutants Jamaica on Friday.

  18. Rate the players

    Australia 3-2 Brazil

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    Who has impressed you so far? You can rate the players here.

  19. Post update

    Australia 3-2 Brazil

    Claire Rafferty

    Ex-England international on BBC Two

    It's gone quite flat. Brazil don't look too bothered about getting the win but they can still exploit space down the flanks and are so dangerous on the counter-attack.


    Australia 3-2 Brazil

    Brazil's frustration grows as Andressa Alves lays a hand on Elise Kellond-Knight and the Australian goes to ground.

    It's the second booking of the game.