The U.S. Women's National Team won its first game of the World Cup with the largest margin of victory in Federation Internationale de Football Association history Tuesday in a wild soccer match against Thailand. The win set a World Cup record for goals and margin of victory.
Former USA captain Abby Wambach defended the team, saying some of the team were entitled to celebrate their first ever World Cup goal.
"I just think they could have won with some humility and grace, and they just couldn't manage to do that", Rustad said."Celebrating goals later in the game like this is just completely unnecessary". "We knew every goal could matter".
Thailand have now lost three of their four Women's World Cup matches (W1). I'm going to celebrate Sam Mewis and Rose Lavelle. "And it means Thailand can play with the best teams in the world".
US coach Jillian Ellis said the result was great confidence booster but did not want to get carried away with the emphatic nature of the win. The 2010 men's World Cup brought in about $4 billion, CBS reported, while the women's World Cup in 2011 earned about $73 million. Imagine it being you out there.This is your dream of playing and then scoring in a World Cup.
Morgan opened the goal spree for the title favourites, who are in pursuit of a fourth world crown, with a header in the 12th minute and from then on there was no stopping the champions. "We know that all [our] players' experience can not be compared with them". Celebrate, I get it, like a Mallory Pugh.
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"We met with one of the strongest opponent in the world, but I did not think we would lose this much", Lamsam said, adding that she, the coaching staff and the players "would like to apologize to all our fans. and thanks for all their support".
The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup will run from June 7 to July 7. And if you can play as many hot as you possibly can, feeling good, feeling the back of the net, that's so important for a forward and for a midfielder.
It's actually the second time Thailand made the World Cup after the team's debut in 2015.
We probably won't see anything like U.S. versus Thailand again. That's because they scored not once, not twice, but 13 times against their opponent Thailand.
The U.S. next faces Chile at noon on Sunday.
But as Jill Ellis's World Cup holders and favourites burst onto the World Cup scene, it begged the question - how many is too many?