Chloe Logarzo - 6

Was okay, without being great. Bit slow with her passing which meant some of her team mates were caught offside at times.

Missed a golden chance in 78th minute.

Caitlin Foord - 7

Set up the second goal with great footwork followed by a delightful ball to Kerr for second goal 72nd minute.

A solid performance without being a standout.

Sam Kerr - 8.5

Another classy performance from the Matildas star. 40th goal in 40 games for Australia.

Worked hard form the opening minute, pressing opponents and making herself an option for team mates.

Some better decision making from team mates, namely early passes, would have meant she could of scored more. Not to doubt a third minute goal!

Missed a great chance in 37th minute after a dream pass from Carpenter.

Was in the right place at the right time as always when Foord’s pass fell right into her path in the 72nd minute to nab her second goal.

Hayley Raso - 6.5

Won the free kick for Kerr’s goal and was a bit enigmatic with good passes in between some poor touches.

Wasn’t always in the best position but did look dangerous at times.

Amy Harrison - 5.5

Came on as a sub and played the last 25 mins. Showed glimpses of class but didn’t have a lot of time to get into the game.

Emily Gielnik - 5

75th minute sub. Got caught out a few times and didn’t have time to really find her feet.

Missed a chance in 78th minute after a great run from Ellie Carpenter.

Emma Checker - 5

Came on in the 85 th minute and didn’t have a chance to do a lot.


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