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Tonight’s Top Quotes:

  • “For them [Australia] to go out and hold themselves the way that they did in front of that crowd who’s just cheering them every single way, it’s just a testament to those people, those players. I’m just so proud of what they’re doing for women’s football and what they’re doing for this country.”
    • FOX Sports analyst and former Australia women’s national team captain Kate Gill on Lady Matildas making first-ever FIFA Women’s Cup Semifinals | WATCH
  • “Ten rounds of a shootout and we finally have a winner, and an unlikely hero in Cortnee Vine. We saw everything – saves by goalkeepers, goalposts hit,  players, fans not looking at some of the penalty kicks and then players celebrating in the end as Australia will have the biggest party they’ve ever had in Brisbane. It is the biggest win in their soccer history.”
    • FOX Sports play-by-play announcer JP Dellacamera following Australia’s historic win over France | WATCH
  • “I think England went through the ringer a little bit tonight. I think the expression on some of their faces – you saw a lot of the players not going around celebrating at the end of the final whistle. They were sat on the ground exhausted, with scenes of Rachel Daly, who sat on the ground, Lucy Bronze sat on the ground, literally exhausted because I think Colombia gave them a fantastic game. … I think that once you get into this stage of the tournament, there’s no easy game, there’s no easy team. But looking at the way in which Australia play, I think England put in a professional performance tonight and I think that they’ve got enough to go on and beat Australia.”
    • WOMEN’S WORLD CUP NOW analyst Freya Coombe’s reaction following England’s victory over Colombia in the Women’s World Cup Quarterfinals | WATCH
  • “When nobody believed, they did. When everybody wrote them off, they didn’t write themselves off. I think they’ve shown incredible grit, incredible passion, enjoyment as well. Not only just the players but the fan base as well, which has helped so much. … My only words to these players on Colombia: I’m so incredibly proud. We’ve made history. And this is so meaningful for Colombian women’s soccer moving forward. It’s going to make waves for the domestic league, for little girls that now are seeing Linda [Caicedo], seeing this whole team.”
    • WOMEN’S WORLD CUP NOW analyst and former Colombia women’s national team standout Melissa Ortiz on impact of Women’s World Cup success for Colombia | WATCH

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Freya Coombe, Jimmy Conrad, Jessica Berman, Leslie Osborne, Melissa Ortiz

Freya Coombe, Jimmy Conrad, Jessica Berman, Leslie Osborne, Melissa Ortiz