They already have three World Cup titles under their belt and, despite the fact that women's soccer has become more competitive than ever, they're confident they'll clinch a fourth title this summer in France. “This team has always found a way to win no matter what the circumstances,” forward Carli Lloyd, told Glamour in an interview last month. “We step out onto the field and we give it our all.
Women's National Team comes to play they mean business—in their 2019 World Cup debut today they not only crushed the competition, they broke the record for biggest World Cup win ever with a USWNT score against Thailand of 13-0.
The overall score wasn't even the only record-setting moment of the match: co-captain Alex Morgan scored five goals, tying the Women's World Cup record for goals scored by a player in a single game.
Go team! 🇺🇸 https://t.co/0kgJrdrGW8— Glamour (@glamourmag) June 12, 2019