The Aussies missed their first two penalties as Sam Kerr and Emily Gielnik failed to convert from the spot. The Norwegians buried all four of their chances to secure their place in the final eight. Kerr has come to her country's rescue so often in the green and gold but she blasted her penalty high and wide to miss the target by a mile. Gielnik's effort was saved by the keeper but Norway made no mistake and its players celebrated wildly. In complete contrast, the Aussies were in tears, many of them slumped on their haunches on the sideline as they struggled to digest the devastating result. READ: Fans erupt over VAR Kyah Simon, who missed the tournament with injury, was devastated. "I'm just really heart broken for the girls," Simon told SBS. "There's no worse feeling than getting knocked out of the World Cup." I. FEEL. SICK. — Kyah Simon (@KyahSimon) June 22, 2019 The match was riddled with controversial VAR moments with none bigger than Alanna Kennedy being sent off under a straight red card in the first period of extra time. Kennedy's send-off was described as "hugely controversial" by former Socceroo Craig Foster. "It's harsh and my… Read full this story
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