The best of the WWC
A performer struts her stuff at the Women's World Cup opening ceremony in Berlin.
Kerstin Garefrekes got on the scoresheet as Germany got off to a good start against Canada, but was guilty of the miss of the tournament.
The world's best female player, Brazilian Marta, was on show and bagged two goals against Norway.
Equatorial Guinea defender Bruna was guilty of the most blatant handball in history when she caught the ball against Australia, but the officials missed it.
New Zealand's women celebrate a stunning comeback to save some pride against Mexico by doing the Haka.
Kyah Simon's late goal against Norway for Australia sent them through.
England celebrate after a 2-0 win over favourites Japan ensured their progress as well.
Japan pulled off the shock of the tournament by beating champions Germany 1-0 in the quarter-finals.
Germany come to terms with their exit on home soil.
England captain Faye White is consoled after her missed penalty saw them crash out to France.
With Brazil leading 2-1 against USA with five minutes left, Erika faked an injury and was carried off.
Abby Wambach used the time effectively to head the USA level in the final seconds.
The game went to penalties and Marta showed her nerves.
USA goalkeeper Hope Solo saved the day and Brazil went home.
Sweden's Sara Thunebro sits and contemplates defeat as Japan made the finals.
Abby Wambach provided another trademark header to send the USA into the final past France.