The U.S women soccer team on Wednesday sent message to Thailand that there is no friendship in football after thrashing them 13 goals to nothing in Group F match on Tuesday.
The match was Thailand’s biggest defeat in World Cup history which they will remember in a very long time.
With the 13-0 defeat, the U.S team who won the Cup in 2015, used Thailand to send message to other countries that they are not ready to release the Cup yet.
The American babes scored three goals in the first 32 minutes of the game, before scoring 10 more goals in the second half to record the largest victory in World Cup history.
Before Tuesday’s match, United States’ previous biggest win in the tournament was a 7-0 success over Chinese Taipei in 1991.
Alex Morgan opened the scoring after 12 minutes and scored four more goals before the final whistle.
Rose Lavelle and Sam Mewis also scored twice respectively with Lindsey Horan, Megan Rapinoe, Mallory Pugh and Carli Lloyd also on the score sheet as they set a record winning margin in World Cup competition.
“We really just came into the game really wanting to showcase ourselves,” Morgan said after the match. “Every goal matters in this tournament and that’s what we were working on.”
O’Hara said: “It is a tournament – goal differential matters. At the end of the day, we can’t feel bad for scoring as many goals as possible in any game you’re playing.”
The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup is currently taking place in France. All the teams representing their countries are still playing in their group stages.