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The two-time defending champion United States lost to Sweden in a round of 16 penalty shootout, with the winning penalty only just crossing the line.

Global media have described reigning FIFA Women’s World Cup champions USA mere millimetres defeat to Sweden in a penalty shootout as “heartbreaking” and “cruel”.

The USA side made history, but not in the way they wanted as they were bundled out in the round of 16 in Melbourne on Sunday night following a tense penalty shootout that saw the final result decided by VAR.

The USA could have been the first side – women’s or men’s – to win three World Cups back-to-back, instead they experienced their earliest exit from the tournament in the team’s history. The last time the two sides went to penalty kicks was at the 2016 Rio Olympics, the result went the same way.

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Sweden celebrates after a nail-biting end to the game against reigning champions USA.

The global media were quick to react. CNN described it as a “painful loss” and the “cruellest of defeats” in a “tense match, the sort which causes the stomach to churn”, with the burden of winning three back-to-back titles “too heavy” for the side.

CBS described the loss as “heartbreaking”, while the New York Times said Rapinoe’s missed penalty shot was a cruel way to end her international career. However, post-game FIFA called the 38-year-old “a true icon” and thanked the 2019 World Cup Golden Boot winner for the memories.

Former player USA Carli Lloyd, who was critical of the side in pool play, told Fox Sports this is an opportunity for the team to “rebuild”, while other commentators at Fox Sports called the elimination “shocking” and a “disaster”, even though they praised the side for their best performance of the tournament.

The Washington Post said US goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher “appearing as though she would like to have a word with management to file a very angry complaint” after Sweden’s match winning penalty goal was given the all clear by VAR, and this World Cup has been “agony”, with fans’ “hearts broken”.

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World media describe USA’s defeat as “heartbreaking” and “cruel”.

The Guardian said while it was team USA’s strongest showing of the World Cup, it was “too little, too late” from the side who “didn’t deserve to get out of the group given their performances…”. The Guardian praised Sweden’s goalkeeper Zećira Musovic for her 11 saves, some they described as “sensational”.

Swedish English language news provider The Local called the result a “dramatic conclusion” and the Swedes are now considered “among the chief frontrunners” to take the World Cup title. They called it an “inglorious end” for Rapinoe.