Day five at the 2019 Women's World Cup produced last gasp drama, the weather playing havoc and the pre-tournament favourites obliterating the biggest win record. "I hope she breaks every record that's ever set".
It just might not do any good against the USA national team.More news: Cyclone Vayu likely to make landfall in Gujarat coast on Thursday
It's actually the second time Thailand made the World Cup after the team's debut in 2015.
The U.S. beat Thailand 13-0 in the first round of Group F play. This makes Morgan only the seventh woman to score 100 goals in global play, along with names like Abby Wambach, Mia Hamm, and teammate Carli Lloyd. It's been a trend at the tournament so far, with much stronger teams failing to convincingly put opponents away.
The other match of the group will be played between Chile and Sweden.More news: Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition comes to Switch this Winter
A great strike, and what an alert play to pounce on that loose ball to send it top shelf.
At an open training session, French children surrounded the USA players in hopes of getting autographs.
Jill Roordt netted a dramatic victor in the second minute of injury time to get the Dutch on the board. The Yanks have won three previous World Cups, victories emblazoned in the three stars above the crest on their jerseys. This result won't reignite those expectations but it may be what gives them the confidence needed to take on Cameroon and Canada to wrap up the group stage. The reigning champs are ready to roll and should be confident in winning this one with little trouble. While getting her degree in Political Economy, she ended her four years in Berkeley tied for the third all-time scorer in California history with 45 goals and in sole possession of third place in terms of points 107. "A lot of these players who have had experience from the last World Cup or Olympics, we can look on that - look at both the successes and the defeats that we've had". The toughest of those is Sweden, the country that knocked out the US in the quarterfinals at the 2016 Olympics.More news: The next Legend of Zelda is in development
American player Lindsey Horan said this year's World Cup, "in itself is going to change things for women's soccer, how we play and how the world sees us".