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Paced by five goals from Alex Morgan, the U.S. women routed Thailand 13-0 as young midfielders made an immediate impact in their first World Cup.Paced by five goals from Alex Morgan, the U.S. women routed Thailand 13-0 as young midfielders made an immediate impact in their first World Cup.

Women's World Cup 2019 - Are we really going to blame USWNT players for scoring, celebrating goals?

Former Canadian international Kaylyn Kyle says she has received death threats for her TV criticism of the U.S. team for excessive goal celebrations in a 13-0 rout of 34th-ranked Thailand at the Women's World Cup in France.

Former Canadian player Kaylyn Kyle gets death threats for U.S. goal celebration criticism on TSN - TSN.ca

Former Canadian international Kaylyn Kyle says she has received death threats for her TV criticism of the U.S. team for excessive goal celebrations in a 13-0 rout of 34th-ranked Thailand at the Women's World Cup in France.Former Canadian international Kaylyn Kyle says she has received death threats for her TV criticism of the U.S. team for excessive goal celebrations in a 13-0 rout of 34th-ranked Thailand at the Women's World Cup in France.

Former Canadian international Kaylyn Kyle says she has received death threats for her TV criticism of the U.S. team for excessive goal celebrations in a 13-0 rout of 34th-ranked Thailand at the Women's World Cup in France.Former Canadian international Kaylyn Kyle says she has received death threats for her TV criticism of the U.S. team for excessive goal celebrations in a 13-0 rout of 34th-ranked Thailand at the Women's World Cup in France.

Saskatoon soccer star gets death threats for U.S. goal celebration criticism | CTV News Saskatoon

Picture the expressions of U.S. Soccer Federation officials every time Alex Morgan went lightly skipping down the pitch and scored another goal in the Americans' opening match of the women's World Cup. The falling faces, the slack mouths, the groans and the fingertips pressed to their creased foreheads, as their legal position became ever more indefensible. Just imagine how that record-setting 13-0 victory over Thailand will play at a jury trial. It's going to be a lot of fun watching lawyers for the soccer federation try to justify why the U.S. Women's National Team, with their air rifles for legs, are paid 38 cents on the dollar compared to their male counterparts and had to sue for fair wages. It's going to be pure entertainment listening to federation president Carlos Cordeiro stammer out an explanation on the witness stand of why this team, which is nothing short of an American damn treasure, isn't worth equal coin to a men's squad that can't beat Jamaica. I don't want to hear another word about whether the Americans scored too much or over-celebrated. This is a team in full attack mode, fighting not just to win a World Cup, but to prove a larger point about their worth. They've been denied fair pay compared to their men's team for years and they're out to make a statement about just how good they are, both on the pitch and in the court of public opinion. You don't make up a chronic pay gap with ladylike restraint. You do it by kicking through a wall. I also don't want to hear another word about the bigger size of revenue in the men's World Cup. You think American networks and corporations are paying large rights fees and sponsorship deals for a USA men's team that couldn't even qualify for the World Cup field and hasn't won an Olympic medal since 1904? You think Fox and ESPN got into a bidding war for the...

The US women's national team is an American treasure. Pay them a bounty. - SFGate

“This is the last I will comment on this issue. 💕 Kay”

Kaylyn Kyle on Twitter: "This is the last I will comment on this issue. 💕 Kay… "

“For all that have issue with many goals: for some players this is there first World Cup goal, and they should be excited. Imagine it being you out there.This is your dream of playing and then scoring in a World Cup. Celebrate.Would you tell a men’s team to not score or celebrate?”

Abby Wambach on Twitter: "For all that have issue with many goals: for some players this is there first World Cup goal, and they should be excited. Imagine it being you out there.This is your dream of playing and then scoring in a World Cup. Celebrate.Would you tell a men’s team to not score or celebrate?"

“Alex Morgan is the face of U.S. soccer, and now its golden boot - The Washington Post #uswnt #fifawwc https://t.co/IxRFhpyq1n”

Steven Goff on Twitter: "Alex Morgan is the face of U.S. soccer, and now its golden boot - The Washington Post #uswnt #fifawwc https://t.co/IxRFhpyq1n"

“Alex Morgan on the #USWNT 13 goals and celebrations: "These are goals we dreamt of our whole lives." She noted that this was many of their first World Cups.”

Domenico Montanaro on Twitter: "Alex Morgan on the #USWNT 13 goals and celebrations: "These are goals we dreamt of our whole lives." She noted that this was many of their first World Cups."

REIMS, France—Alex Morgan tied a World Cup record with five goals as the defending champion U.S. national team ...REIMS, France—Alex Morgan tied a World Cup record with five goals as the defending champion U.S. national team ...

Morgan has 5 goals as US routs Thailand 13-0

GRENOBLE, France — Former Canadian international Kaylyn Kyle says she has received death threats for her TV criticism of the U.S. team for excessive goal celebrations in a 13-0 rout of 34th-ranked Thailand at the Women's World Cup in France.GRENOBLE, France — Former Canadian international Kaylyn Kyle says she has received death threats for her TV criticism of the U.S. team for excessive goal celebrations in a 13-0 rout of 34th-ranked Thailand at the Women's World Cup in France.

Former Canada international gets death threats for U.S. goal celebration criticism - SooToday.com

The top-ranked Americans did not hold back on the celebrations as they began defence of their Women’s World Cup crown against ThailandThe top-ranked Americans did not hold back on the celebrations as they began defence of their Women’s World Cup crown against Thailand

TSN soccer analyst gets death threats for criticizing U.S. team’s celebrations in 13-0 win - The Globe and Mail

Thailand's players were crestfallen after a heavy defeat at the Women's World Cup against United States on Tuesday.Thailand's players were crestfallen after a heavy defeat at the Women's World Cup against United States on Tuesday.

'Really disappointed:' Thai coach on player heartbreak | Sporting News Canada

Trending News & Rumors for Football, Basketball, Baseball, Hockey, Soccer & MoreSocial media trolls targeted former Canadian international Kaylyn Kyle with death threats after she criticized the excessive celebrations by the United States during Tuesday's record-breaking win over Thailand in the Women's World Cup.Kyle, who represented Canada at the 2015 Women's World Cup and currently works as a television analyst, described the U.S. goal celebrations as "disrespectful" during a lopsided 13-0 win - the largest margin of victory in tournament history.Her critique triggered online death threats, which Kyle addressed in a social media post on Tuesday night."To the people sending me death threats, let me set the record straight," she wrote on Twitter. "I never once said to never score as many goals as you can in a World Cup! Please watch the full segment! I said the exact opposite. It's the World Cup. You score as many as you can and don't take the foot off the gas pedal!"I did say I thought it was excessive and disrespectful the goal celebrations of the American team once the score hit 8-0. Everyone is allowed their opinions towards my thoughts 100 percent but please leave the death threats!"U.S. captain Megan Rapinoe garnered plenty of criticism for her extravagant celebration after scoring the ninth goal of the match; she ran towards her team's bench with her arms out like an airplane, spun around, and went to the ground while kicking her feet together in the air.Rapinoe defended her side's goal celebrations, insisting that the lopsided result will help the women's game evolve."We have the utmost respect for everyone we play but it's the World Cup and that's part of it. It's part of growing the game. (Thailand will) improve from here," she said.USWNT legend Abby Wambach urged the team to continue to celebrate goals on women's soccer's biggest stage. For all that have issue with many goals: for some players this is there first World Cup goal, and they should be excited. Imagine it being you out there.This is your dream of playing and then scoring in a World Cup. Celebrate.Would you tell a men’s team to not score or celebrate?— Abby Wambach (@AbbyWambach) June 11, 2019 Former U.S. men's international Taylor Twellman, meanwhile, voiced his displeasure with the celebrations. 0.0 problem with the score line as this is THE tournament BUT celebrating goals (like #9) leaves a sour taste in my mouth like many of you. Curious to see if anyone apologizes for this postgame. #USWNT #FIFAWWC https://t.co/XfGh2e2Jms— Taylor Twellman (@TaylorTwellman) June 11, 2019 The defending champions resume their World Cup campaign Sunday against Chile before wrapping up the group stage against Sweden on June 20.

Holders the United States began their defence of the women's World Cup by crushing Thailand 13-0 but their joyous celebrations of the tournament's record win triggered a backlash on Wednesday.Holders the United States began their defence of the women's World Cup by crushing Thailand 13-0 but their joyous celebrations of the tournament's record win triggered a backlash on Wednesday.

Americans face backlash over biggest women's World Cup win | SuperSport

Paris - United States star Alex Morgan defended Wednesday her teams joyous celebrations after the holders began their defence of the womens WoParis - United States star Alex Morgan defended Wednesday her teams joyous celebrations after the holders began their defence of the womens Wo

US defend 'excessive' celebrations that left Thai players in tears

United States star Alex Morgan defended Wednesday her team’s joyous celebrations after the holders began their defense of the women’s World Cup with a record 13-0 demolition of Thailand. The US team scored 10 goals in the second half in Reims on Tuesday as they bettered Germany’s 11-0 win over Argentina in 2007 and shattered ...

Did Team USA go full Ugly American in celebrating their ownage of Thailand? | Coconuts Bangkok

(Reuters) - U.S. captain Megan Rapinoe on Wednesday defended her under-fire team mates' exuberant celebrations during their record 13-0 World Cup victory over Thailand in Reims. (Reuters) - U.S. captain Megan Rapinoe on Wednesday defended her under-fire team mates' exuberant celebrations during their record 13-0 World Cup victory over Thailand in Reims.

Football: 'An explosion of joy' - U.S. defend World Cup celebrations | The Star Online

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After calling the United States "disrespectful" for their celebrations against Thailand, Kaylyn Kyle says she has received death threats.After calling the United States "disrespectful" for their celebrations against Thailand, Kaylyn Kyle says she has received death threats.

Ex-Canada midfielder Kyle claims to have received death threats after blasting USA players