US Women’s Soccer Team Beats Brazil 5, 3 (will face French in Germany)
U.S. Women vs. France Women
Borussia Park; Moenchengladbach play: July 13, 2011 @ 11:30 a.m. ET
ESPN, ESPN3.com, Galavision
The women’s team was down by one and at during the last few seconds of the game Ali Krieger (Jewish) hits in a long ball then hits in the last penalty point from 12 yards. Brazil went down in defeat and the US won by 2, incredible. There are no blacks on the US team that I could see, but team Brazil was made up of brown folks some black some looked more like native Americans with really dark skin. Soccer is more popular in Europe and south of the border here, where you will find Brazil and lots of brown and black people trying to get into this country.
Team USA has little time to recover their leg power only two days while the French had like three days of rest. That’s key in a sport like this after the US played a really tough game. Another article breaks it down: http://www.ctpost.com/sports/article/Little-time-for-US-to-recover-before-facing-France-1460660.php I actually coached a season of soccer at high school level and we did pretty well. No one is asking me to coach now.
US team will play France. We will have to see how diverse their team is, usually it is because futbol is also big in Africa and I am sure there are Africans on their team. We will check it out. Yeah, I was right just looked at a youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rme8-JbB5MA and the French team does have a couple of black women on the team I think I saw three. All are headed to Germany where the French team will meet team USA on the field. May the best team win.
- U.S. overcome controversial ref decisions to beat Brazil on PKs (sports.yahoo.com)
- Breakdown: Little to separate US, Brazil (msn.foxsports.com)
Posted on July 11, 2011, in TV Trough and tagged 2010 FIFA World Cup, Abby Wambach, africa, Ali Krieger, brazil, france, France national football team, france women vs usa women, Germany, Hope Solo, jewish, july 13 11:30, Megan Rapinoe, Rachel Buehler, United States, United States national team. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.