Norway and Germany, both former winners of the Women's World Cup, were the first teams to reach this year's quarter-finals.
After a frantic clash, Norway squeezed through to the Women's World Cup quarter-finals with a 4-1 shoot-out win over Australia.
The knockout round of the Women's World Cup starts Saturday. Here's a look at the opening last-16 matches using of Opta numbers.
The knockout stages of the Women's World Cup get up and running on Saturday. We assess each last-16 tie with the use of Opta numbers...
Brazil and Australia joined Italy in progressing from Group C at the Women's World Cup, with Marta and Sam Kerr playing decisive roles.
Australia withstood a spirited second-half display from Jamaica to progress to the knockout stages of the Women's World Cup.
Hosts France and Olympic champions Germany qualified for the last 16 of the Women's World Cup, while Australia fought back to beat Brazil.
Australia bounced back from a loss to Italy by claiming a remarkable 3-2 comeback victory over Brazil in the Women's World Cup.
Barbara Bonansea scored twice, including a stoppage-time clincher, as Italy beat Australia at the Women's World Cup.
Brazil's Cristiane became the oldest player to score a hat-trick in a World Cup, while England and Italy both started with victories.