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By Gary Rose

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  1. Tomorrow's schedule

    It's been a great start to the knockout stages with Norway and Germany today securing their place in the last eight.

    Will England join them? They take on Cameroon tomorrow with the game live on BBC One and online (16:00 BST)

    After that, hosts France play Brazil (20:00 BST) with that game on BBC Red Button as well as online.

    • England v Cameroon (16:00 BST) - BBC One, online and BBC Radio 5 live
    • France v Brazil (20:00 BST) - BBC Red Button and online
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    David Church: What a cracking game, best 1 so far. So sorry for Australia especially Ellie Carpenter who was fantastic and best player tonight will definitely see more of her in the future

  3. Two through, who will join them?


    Germany and now Norway are into the quarter-finals. Two more teams will join them tomorrow England take on Cameroon (16:30 BST) before France play Brazil (20:00 BST).

    England's game will be live on BBC One and online while the France-Brazil game will be on the Red Button, as well as online.

  4. Post update

    Norway into quarter-finals

    Brilliant game.

    Having hit the woodwork twice and brought some fine saves out of Lydia Williams, Norway deserved to win ultimately but they were also four fantastic penalties.

    Up next will be either England and Cameroon and Norway will pose a very tough test for either of those sides.

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    Sannan Iqbal: Just watched the best match ever. I’m backing Norway all the way now.

    Silvio Di Fede: Four perfect penalties for Norway. Those girls have ice in their veins

  6. Post update

    Norway 1-1 Australia (4-3 on pens)

    Faye White

    Former England international on BBC Two

    That was a game that had a bit of everything. Norway with a class act in showing how penalties should be taken.

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    Bronwyn: On a night bus to France for the England game tomorrow, need to turn my phone off to conserve battery but also desperately need to keep up with what is going on in Nor v AU's

    You can conserve battery now!

  8. GOAL - Norway 4-1 Australia

    Ingrid Engen

    Norway are through to the quarter-finals!

    Cool as you like penalty and Norway go through.

    What a game!

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    Video caption: Engen fires home the winning spot kick as Norway beat Australia on penalties
  9. GOAL - Norway 3-1 Australia

    Stephanie Catley

    Catley keeps her country in the World Cup. For now. It's a good penalty, tightly inside the post.

  10. GOAL - Norway 3-0 Australia

    Maren Mjelde

    Norway nearly there. Right into the corner. The ball hit the net before the keeper moved.

  11. SAVED PENALTY - Norway 2-0 Australia

    Emily Gielnik

    SAVED! It's all going wrong for Australia, and all very right for Norway. Hjelmseth dives to her right and palms the ball away.

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  12. GOAL - Norway 2-0 Australia

    Guro Reiten

    No mistakes from the Norwegians though. Another very cool finish into the bottom right corner of the net.

  13. MISSED PENALTY - Norway 1-0 Australia

    Sam Kerr

    Unbelievable. The Australian superstar has missed it by a mile. High and wide. Advantage Norway.

    Sam Kerr
  14. GOAL - Norway 1-0 Australia

    Caroline Graham Hansen

    Coolly finished. Side-footed to the keeper's left.

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  15. Post update

    Caroline Graham Hansen up first...

  16. Post update

    Norway 1-1 Australia

    Norway first up...

  17. Post update

    Norway 1-1 Australia

    Faye White

    Former England international on BBC Two

    This will be interesting because it could be almost like the penalties take longer than a half of the game if they do scrutinise every kick.

  18. Post update

    Norway 1-1 Australia

    So... this could be interesting with VAR.

    Remember that the goalkeepers won't be booked if they do come off their line before a kick is taken, as is the case in normal time.