Sam Kerr has had an “icky” few months since the Women’s World Cup ended in August.

After her campaign was put on hold due to a calf injury sustained in training before the Matildas’ opening game against Ireland, Kerr led her team from off the field and didn’t take a step on it until the 79th minute of their last-16 win over Denmark. While the Australian captain was able to play in team’s quarter-final, semi-final and third-place playoff, much to the joy and relief of local fans, something happened in the match with Sweden that set her fitness back again.

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