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Women’s World Cup Round of 16: England, France advance
Germany, Norway, England and France have all advanced to the quarterfinals
France midfielder Amandine Henry (6) celebrates with defender Amel Majri (10) after scoring the game-winning goal vs. Brazil. (Photo credit: Michel Vincent/Presse Sports via USA TODAY Sports)
France midfielder Amandine Henry (6) celebrates with defender Amel Majri (10) after scoring the game-winning goal vs. Brazil. (Photo credit: Michel Vincent/Presse Sports via USA TODAY Sports)
England 3 | Cameroon 0
England will face Norway in the quarterfinals after beating Cameroon 3-0 in the round of 16. Steph Houghton, Ellen White and Alex Greenwood scored in the win to send England through to the next round.

France 2 | Brazil 1 (Extra Time)
In a dramatic extra time game, France advanced to the quarterfinals with a win over Brazil. France took the lead in the 52nd minute on a goal from Valerie Gauvin, but former Sky Blue FC midfielder Thaisa leveled the match in the 63rd. In the 107th minute, former Portland Thorns FC midfielder Amandine Henry scored the game-winning goal.
France will face the winner of Spain vs. the United States in the quarterfinals.

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