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United States vs. Thailand - Football Match Report - June 11, 2019 - ESPN


Morgan
the FIFA Women's
Lloyd and Christian Press
the Associated Press
USWNT
the Women's World Cup


Julie Foudy
Kate Markgraf
Sebastian Salazar
1:58)Alex Morgan
Jill Ellis
Kelley O'Hara
Sukanya Chor Charoenying
Lindsey Horan
Sam Mewis
Becky Sauerbrunn
Lavelle
Megan Rapinoe
Mallory Pugh
Michelle Akers
Carli Lloyd
Nuengruethai Srathongvian
Alanna Kennedy
Rose Lavelle
Kosovare Asllani
Madelen Janogy


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Group F


U.S.
Thailand
the United States
Reims
France
Lavelle
Morgan
Germany
Argentina
Ivory Coast.-
Chile
Sweden
Rennes
Brazil
Italy


World Cup
Women's World Cup
the World Cup
the 2016 Olympics

Positivity     40.00%   
   Negativity   60.00%
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SOURCE: http://espn.go.com/soccer/report?gameId=529205
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Summary

Every goal matters in this tournament, and that's what we were working on this game."The U.S. picked up right where it left off after the break, scoring four goals in just over 10 minutes.Sam Mewis, who started in midfield after Becky Sauerbrunn was held out for precautionary reasons with an injury, started things in the 50th minute before Morgan, Lavelle and Mewis added their second goals to make it 7-0.Morgan scored her third and fourth as the match approached full-time, and Megan Rapinoe added another on the counterattack between to put the U.S. up 10-0."Obviously, we have the utmost respect for everyone we play, but it's the World Cup," said team captain Rapinoe.Substitute Mallory Pugh then scored to put the U.S. up 11-0, and Morgan added her fifth goal of the night to join compatriot Michelle Akers as the only two women to score five in a match at the World Cup.Veteran Carli Lloyd then added a 13th goal of the night for the U.S. to reach the final scoreline and give the Americans a record for both margin of victory and goals scored, surpassing Germany, who beat Argentina 11-0 in 2007.Thailand, ranked No. 34 in the world, was clearly outmatched, even though the team has shown progress on the world stage.

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