June 15, 2024

Jamaica vs. Brazil live updates: No score near halftime

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup continues Wednesday (on FS1 and the FOX Sports app), with Jamaica (1-1-0) taking on Brazil (1-0-1) at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium in Australia. 

Brazil, which is ranked No. 8 in FIFA’s world rankings, accounts for one on the top-10 goals of the tournament thus far, but it’ll still face a tough challenge against the No. 43-ranked Reggae Girlz, which return star forward Bunny Shaw.

Both teams advance to the next round with a win and both still have a chance to win Group F outright. Find every scenario for how each team can advance out of its group and into the knockouts here.

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Jamaica vs. Brazil

30′: Cheyna Matthews given yellow-card

The Jamaica forward was given a yellow-card on a Brazil throw-in.

24′: Just a little high

Ary Borges had an opportunity to get Brazil on the board, but her header went above the net.

20′: Another denial

Jamaica goalkeeper Rebecca Spencer continued to keep Brazil off the scoreboard.

11′: Continuing to deny

Brazil was all around the net to begin the game, but goalkeeper Rebecca Spencer and the Jamaica defense continued to prevent scores.

4′: Almost an early highlight

Marta got off a close-up shot for Brazil, but it was a little to the left.


Marta starting for Brazil

Setting the stage

The “World Cup NOW” crew previewed the match live on social media ahead of kickoff. 

Check out the full Women’s World Cup schedule and how to watch each match live here. Find the latest scores here.

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