“Not shaking hands, it’s not an Australian thing but I‘m not really going to comment on it because it’s not something I think is very ... I don’t really like it, but
whatever. It was heated. I don’t know how it started. But I guess that’s what happens when you get under people’s skin, not only in the game but the last three matches."
-- Australia and Sky Blue FC star Sam Kerr
after the Matildas beat Brazil, 3-2, for the third straight win and Brazilian players refused to shake their hands. The most recent two games drew
record crowds for Matilda matches in Australia. (Reuters