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Simon double lifts Australia over Nigeria in Women's World Cup

Australia's forward Kyah Simon kicks the ball past Nigeria's goalkeeper to score her second goal during their Group D match of the Women's World Cup on June 12, 2015, in WinnipegGoals in either half from Kyah Simon lifted Australia to a 2-0 win over African champions Nigeria in their second Group D match at the Women’s World Cup. The 23-year-old Sydney FC striker, making her comeback from a career-threatening knee injury, found the net after 29 and 68 minutes at Winnipeg Stadium on Friday to give the Matildas their first win of the competition in Canada after their 3-1 opening loss to the United States on Monday. “A couple of minutes can made a difference to a side,” complained Nigeria coach Edwin Okon whose Super Falcons failed to reproduce the style they showed in their stunning comeback from two goals down to draw 3-3 with Sweden in their opener.

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