Eight games have been played in the Knockout Stage of the 2015 Women’s Football World Cup in Canada.
19 goals have been scored. (6 first half, 13 second half.) By game interval, the scoring pattern has been:
The higher FIFA ranked team has won 7 of the 8 games played. The exception is: Brazil (7) lost to Australia (10).
The team that scores first has won 7 of the 8 games played. The exception is Norway who scored first against a higher FIFA ranked team (England) and lost.
Ball in play times for the seven Knockout games have been:
The range of ball in play time ranges from Japan v Netherlands 63 minutes to the USA v Colombia game, 41 minutes.
I am compiling my data here.
Eating poutine and cheering on Canada at the Women’s World Cup (Stephanie Yoder, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)