Record for Formiga as Brazil claim opening win
The veteran Brazilian and Paris Saint-Germain team-mate Daiane helped Brazil open their FIFA World Cup campaign with a win.
Formiga started the game, becoming - at 41 years and 98 days - the oldest ever player at a World Cup. She also became the first to feature in at least one game in seven finals tournaments in the competition.
BRAZIL - JAMAICA: 3-0 (1-0)
FIFA Women's World Cup - Group C
Stade des Alpes (Grenoble)
Goals: Cristiane (15', 50', 64').
BRAZIL: Barbara - Leticia Santos, Kathellen (Daiane, 76'), Mônica (c), Tamires - Andressa Alves, Formiga, Thaisa, Debinha - Beatriz (Geyse, 65'), Cristiane (Ludmila, 65'). Coach: Vadão.
JAMAICA: Schneider - Bond-Flasza, Plummer (c), A. Swaby, Blackwood - C. Swaby, Solaun (Asher, 72'), Sweatman - Matthews (Brown, 62'), Carter (Cameron, 79') - Shaw. Coach: Hue Menzies.
Group C standings
1. Brazil / 3 points, +3 (1 match played)
2. Italy / 3 points, +1 (1 match played)
3. Australia / 0 points, -1 (1 match played)
4. Jamaica / 0 points, -3 (1 match played)
R E C O R D // B R E A K E R— FIFA Women's World Cup (@FIFAWWC) June 9, 2019
Formiga is about to play in her SEVENTH #FIFAWWC for Brazil!
150 players at France 2019 were not even born when she made her tournament debut in 1995. #BRA #BRAJAM pic.twitter.com/MSHYFS7CSf