Jamaica holds France to a 0-0 draw in a surprising Women's World Cup opener

Sunday saw one of the biggest surprises ever in the Women's World Cup.

Jamaica held France to a 0-0 draw at the Women's World Cup on Sunday.

The France coach was not unduly worried by his team's 0-0 draw against Jamaica on Sunday.

After the final whistle, the Jamaican players ran onto the field as if crowned world champions.

It would have been a very different story if Kadidiyatou Diani's 90th-minute header had not hit the bar.

In the first half of the match, Jamaican goalkeeper Rebecca Spencer was forced to make a save and another attempt failed.

Another header in the second half of this match also went wide of the target, before his late effort came back after hitting the bar.

Renard said that "the French are used to holding the lead during early games, but that is something that is about to change as things are getting very close."