Just over 10,000 people noisy supporters filled Hindmarsh Stadium on a cold Tuesday night in the City of Churches, with again, a big contingent of Chilean fans bumping up the numbers and the atmosphere.

The Matildas once again secured victory over their now familiar opponents thanks to Emily Gielnik's strike in the first half, but despite carving out the majority of the chances and missing a Kerr spot-kick, were hard-pressed for the result.

"Obviously first camp back there are a few cobwebs," Kerr admitted.

"But we're happy with the two wins and the clean sheet tonight, it's a good performance.

"You've got to pick yourself back up, it was an important win for us and a great starting point. You can't dwell on things."

The attendance was a solid result for the Matildas given the scheduling. It's also higher than the majority of Adelaide United's attendances this season, but still a far sight from the record-breaking 20,000 that packed out Sydney's Bankwest Stadium for game one.

Overall, Kerr said that 30,000 people to two matches across Australia made the side very grateful for the level of support.

"It's nice to come to Adelaide and give them a game," she continued.

"The scorelines have been good and we're so grateful to be able to come anywhere in the country and get this level of support."


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