Were USWNT celebrations truly a bad look for the Americans?

Carrie Guzman
June 13, 2019

And for me, I'm disgusted, honestly.

The Allianz Riviera in Nice will host France's second World Cup test against Norway and decide in which order these teams-provided both qualify-will proceed into the last 16. "I think by then, my mind just exploded", Bendixen said.

Clare Rustad called it disgraceful.

Striker Alex Morgan scored five times as the holders began their World Cup campaign with the largest margin of victory in either the men's or women's World Cup.

I've seen enough of the USA team to know that if there's an act to get into, Megan Rapinoe, the flamboyant star midfielder, is probably going to get into it.

"I didn't love 'em", Danny Kanell said on Wednesday's edition of the "Kanell & Bell" podcast.

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The U.S. rout over Thailand has given rise to a pair of controversies: (1) should the U.S. have run up the score and (2) should U.S. players have indulged in major celebrations after scoring the late goals.

Ratings for the first two days of the Women's World Cup in the US were reportedly up 11 percent. This is your dream of playing and then scoring in a World Cup. I think it unlikely that those final few goals against hapless Thailand will be needed for the U.S.to finish on top, but you never know. "It's like, what we say, what we don't say; what we stand for, what we don't stand for; what we do, what we don't do".

Federation Internationale de Football Association says the one million total also includes "delegations of the teams playing, commercial affiliates, observers, medical and technical staff". "So, that's how it is".

The U.S. women's national team has been slammed for its celebrations against Thailand, with current Canadian national team star Diana Matheson saying USWNT manager Jill Ellis should be embarrassed at her team's antics.

Former American worldwide Taylor Twellman, however, criticised the team on social media, believing the side's goal celebrations in Reims were excessive. Carli Lloyd capped off the night with the final goal in injury time, a three-minute period that must have felt like three hours for the Thailand players.

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