Perhaps they threatened the place as the first main nation to face the World Cup draw, but Matilda won many valuable lessons before the tournament in France after a 3-2 defeat from Chile.
As a result of the defeat, Australia probably will not maintain its first sixth ranking in the group stage of the World Cup next month, but striker Sam Kerr claims that her team has learned that it will never be so reckless before the goal. South Americans have won the first ten in the top ten, benefiting from Australia, which was defensively poor and generous due to its own finish. All three of Chile's goals came from defensive mistakes, because the Andean nation changed their three chances to score, but the Matildi believe that their greater miseries were attacked.
Their return line may be under observation, although Kerr believes that their poor finish and delivery to the box was the primary cause of their defeat, which was a warning against the World Cup.
After losing to a country with 33 seats below them, in front of a crowd of 15,000 places at home, the humiliated Matilda was informed about how easily they could be punished by seeming minnesses if they did not have a chance to win the World Cup.