The Americans hope to win the fifth Olympic gold medal in Tokyo. They also competed for the first team to win the Olympics after becoming the World Cup champion.
But they made themselves sad at the Tokyo Olympics. The United States lost to Sweden 3-0 in the first game-breaking the 44 unbeaten record-and then rebounded by beating New Zealand 6-1.
and Australia The US team trailed Sweden with a goal difference and finished second in Group G. On Friday, the Americans will face the winner of Group F in Yokohama-the Netherlands or Brazil, depending on the final result.
The U.S. team made five lineup adjustments to the game, which is expected considering the tight schedule. Alex Morgan replaced Carli Lloyd (Carli Lloyd) to return to the frontcourt, and Megan Rapinoe (Megan Rapinoe) replaced Tobin Heath. Captain Becky Sauerbrunn and guard Kelly O’Hara also returned to the starting lineup.
Morgan broke through early in the game, but her powerful shot was blocked Australia Goalkeeper Tegan Mika.
Morgan was sentenced to offside with a header in the 30th minute, and this sentence was confirmed by video censorship. The United States also scored four goals in the first half victory over New Zealand and was sentenced to offside.
In general, the Americans look abnormal again. Australia Controlled the ball for most of the game. In the 57th minute, Megan Rapino’s free kick, O’Hara’s pass missed, Morgan’s shot was higher than the goal, but the Americans were offside again.
Australia The starting lineup was adjusted later, replacing Caitlin Fuld with Mary Fowler.
Children from surrounding schools KashimaA coastal town of about 67,000 people participated in the competition, some holding signs. When Rapinoe was dismissed in the second half, they applauded politely as she passed by.
Matildas may also advance as third place in the group, but they will have to wait until the end of the game on Tuesday to determine their position.
A total of 12 teams participated in this tournament, the top two in each of the three groups, and the top two third in the knockout round.
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