Such a humiliating defeat at the Tokyo Olympics couldn’t happen to a more deserving gaggle of girls:
The reigning World Cup champs played like world-class chumps in a group-stage opening soccer match at the Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday.
The U.S. Women’s national soccer team lost 3-0 to Sweden, ending a 44-game American unbeaten streak in international play. The string extends back to January 2019.
Sweden eliminated the U.S. in the quarterfinals of the 2016 Rio Olympics, the team’s earliest exit ever.
Two goals from Stina Blackstenius and one from Lina Hurtig led Sweden.
Perhaps they should worry a little less about politics and thought-policing and focus a little more on, you know, actually playing soccer.