The Matildas made it three consecutive wins over Brazil with a 3-2 victory at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle. 

Kerr scored a double, including the eventual match-winner, as the Matildas produced another amazing performance in front of almost 17,000 fans. 

However, the Brazilians were not too happy after the final whistle, with several of them snubbing the Matildas' players handshakes. 

Kerr was not too pleased with their attitude, slamming it as disrespectful. 

"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," Kerr said.

"It was heated. I don't know how it started. I just saw Caitlin [Foord] fall to the ground, but I guess that's what happens when you get under people's skin, not only in the game but the last three matches.

"It was disappointing to see. We think of them as a very highly respectable team and I don't think we got the respect we deserved tonight after the last three performances."