YEAH THE BLOODY GIRLS.

Australia’s own Matildas are very slowly building one hell of a team, and they just landed arguably their biggest scalp yet.

The girls in gold put a hospital-grade beatdown on Brazil earlier today, stomping them to the tune of 6-1 if you don’t mind, securing them the inaugural Tournament of Nations in the US, toppling a bevvy of highly fancied rivals along the way.

Today’s rout was a clinical dissection of the mighty Brazilian side, after overcoming a slight hiccup in allowing Brazil to score just 2 minutes into the game.

From there, it was all green and gold, with the Australians rattling home 4 first-half goals en route to their third consecutive win of the tournament; a clean sweep of Brazil, Japan, and the world number one United States.

This end-to-end effort that Caitlin Foord tucked home is indicative of the wall-to-wall dominance the Australians held over Brazil for virtually the entire game.

Foord and team co-captain Lisa De Vanna both finished the game with two goals apiece, with Katrina Gorry and Samantha Kerr contributing the other two Australian goals.

Today’s win caps off a remarkable full-tournament effort, in which the Matildas steamrolled over the competition, bagging a clean sheet of 3 wins with a +8 goal differential.

With one game in the round robin tournament remaining, only the United States has managed to chalk a win in the four-team tourney, with Brazil and Japan lagging on 0 wins and 1 draw each.

The win is Australia’s first trophy in seven years, and provides some level of vindication for the side after Brazil knocked them out of the Rio Olympic quarter finals on penalties.

The tournament win will surely shoot Australia up the FIFA global rankings, with the team currently sitting at 7th.

GET. AROUND. THEM.

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