Tuesday: 8.4 million Spectators sniffed the victory aroma against Japan. It edged off the US women soccer team. 5-2 was the final score when the final whistled was buzzed. Midfielder Carli Lloyd was criticized before this world cup she led the game as hero, scoring three goals in the first half, including one incredible shot taken from midfield.
US Team appeared 4th time in the final match and a record third women’s world cup trophy. For the U.S. Women’s National Team, it was a grudge match because she lot again Japan in 2011 at penalty-kicks after 2-2 tie.
Solo told “To this day, I think we lost the tournament,” embattled U.S. goalie “I don’t think Japan beat us. We gave up that big goal, two goals, so really, that was our fault.”
Solo told PEOPLE that despite her decorated career (including two Olympic gold medals), “I don’t think I’ll ever feel great about it unless we win a World Cup.”
The Americans pigged back and came into the game riding high; they continued their semi’s performances in which they bet top-ranked Germany.