It was a hot and humid evening in Tokyo for the Matildas as their Tokyo Olympic campaign got off to a winning start beating the Football Ferns 2-1 in the Japanese capital.
The Aussies maintaining their impressive 27-year unbeaten run against the Kiwis.
All the early pressure came from the Matildas, Kyah Simon and Emily van Egmond with some nice touches in the opening 15 minutes.
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