Late goals saw Brazil edge Canada and Portugal just get the better of Costa Rica among women’s international friendlies on Tuesday 15 November.
Brazil bagged a stoppage-time goal for a 2-1 victory over Canada. Joao Beatriz gave them the lead, Ashley Lawrence spot-kick levelled the scores before Ana Vitoria’s late winner.
Portugal made an 82nd-minute breakthrough for a win over Costa Rica, Jessica Silva finding the net.
New Zealand led South Korea through an early Olivia Chance goal, until Park Ye-eun equalised. Son Hwa-yeon then missed a penalty for the Koreans, with just six minutes left.
Australia beat Thailand 2-0, with Sam Kerr’s opener added to just the other side of the interval by Hayley Raso.
Wales went down 4-0 to Finland, for whom Katarina Kosala scored the first two goals.
Netherlands defeated Denmark 2-0, as Dominique Janssen’s opener was added to by Lineth Beerensteyn.
Spain were 1-0 winners over Japan, as Alba Redondo’s ninth-minute effort proved to be enough.
Austria beat Slovakia 3-0, Julia Hickelsberger-Fuller, Virginia Kirchberger and Laura Feiersinger on target
Colombia beat Zambia 1-0 with a first-half Mayra Ramirez penalty, while Karen Araya also got the only goal as Chile won against the Philippines whose Sara Eggesvik was sent off early in the second half.
Hungary 5-0 Uzbekistan
Romania 1-2 Czech Republic
Peru 0-0 Ecuador