Beyond emerging as rivals at the Women's World Cup, the U.S. and France have found professional advancement from each other.
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Amandine Henry scored in extra time as France beat Brazil 2-1 at the Women's World Cup in Le Havre to send Les Bleues into the quearterfinals.
France were hardly at their best but found a way to score in extra time and remain unbeaten against Brazil.
From celebrations to superstitions, here is the inside story on France's quest to win the Women's World Cup.
Which teams will reach the semifinals in France? Who will meet in the final? And which players should win the Golden Glove and Golden Ball?
Is VAR doing more harm than good? Which players must step up in the knockout stages? We tackle the biggest questions heading into the Round of 16.
France had already booked their spot in the knockout stages, but Les Bleus looked far from their best against a Nigerian team looking to advance.
France preserved their perfect record to top Group A at the women's World Cup with a 1-0 win against 10-woman Nigeria.
Eugenie Le Sommer scored the game-winning penalty kick, awarded after a VAR review, to help France forget a bizarre own goal and beat Norway 2-1.
France took a big step towards the last 16 of the Women's World Cup after Eugenie Le Sommer's penalty earned them a 2-1 victory over Norway.
History was made Friday when the video assistant referee was used for the first time in women's football at the Women's World Cup.
France beat South Korea 4-0 to win the opening match of the 2019 Women's World Cup on Friday.
France's players will each earn a €40,000 bonus if they win the Women's World Cup on July 7 on home soil.
Can host nation France withstand the pressure to win its first-ever Women's World Cup?
The French national teams dined together to share advice, camaraderie and the recipe for success heading into Friday's Women's World Cup opener.
France captain Amandine Henry said it is "every player's dream" to lead their country on home soil ahead of the start of the Women's World Cup.
Wendie Renard shares the journey that took her 4,000 miles from home to a possible first championship with France.
The host nation features a strong team, but France looks like it might have a hard time getting past the quarterfinals of the World Cup.