Australia made history by making it to the semi-finals

This year, Australia can become the winner of the Women's World Cup for the first time.

Australia have reached their first semi-final in team history.

Australia will face England on Wednesday for a chance to play for the title.

Australia's coach said "I really believe this team can make great history in so many ways,"

Spain coach Jorge Villada said, "We were so focused on the game that we didn't feel the earthquake.

Sweden is still the highest ranked team in the tournament and is ranked second in the world.

The longest shootout in the tournament's history took 20 penalties to decide the winner.