Australia kept alive its chances of reaching the quarterfinals of the Women's World Cup by beating Equatorial Guinea 3-2 on Sunday in a game that will be remembered for a penalty that wasn't called.
Australia's Leena Khamis, who scored the first goal, hit the post in the 16th minute. As the ball bounced back, Equatorial Guinea defender Bruna grabbed it with both hands, held it, then casually dropped it, but referee Gyoengyi Gaal failed to call a penalty.
Anonman scored in the 21st minute for Equatorial Guinea, before Australia took the lead for good with two goals in the second half by Emily Van Egmond and Lisa De Vanna.
BRAZIL 3, NORWAY 0
Marta scored twice in a 3-0 win over Norway to lead Brazil into the tournament's quarterfinals.