USA Female Soccer Team Stuns Brazil

USA Female Soccer Team Stuns Brazil

Dresden : Germany | Jul 11, 2011 at 7:29 PM PDT
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WOW'' US Women Beat Brazil After Stunning Goal At Women's World Cup

Dresden, Germany - Coming back has always been one of America’s strongholds. Yesterday the USA women soccer team played Brazil and in an astonishing match they beat Brazil in the penalty should out with a 5-3 score.

This win will make the USA female soccer team move to semifinals of 2011 Women’s Soccer World Cup.

The initial game ended in 1-1 draw, which made both team move to an extra period in which Brazil quickly scored a second goal, and it seemed to send the American ladies home. But the final goal in the extra period by Abby Wambach in the 122nd minute of the play time brought the teams to a 2-2 draw.

Both the Brazilian as the USA soccer team played at the top of their abilities, which made the game go in to the history books as one of the most exciting games of the World Cup 2011 so far.

Penalty Knock-Out

But a draw at 2011 Women’s Soccer World Cup quarterfinals knock-out stage means penalty shoot out. The strong Brazilan team was defeated in the penalty kick out. The USA women soccer team took the victory home with a 5-3 win, and send Brazil home.

2011 Women’s Soccer World Cup Finals

In the semifinals the USA women soccer team will meet France, when they play each other in Monchengladbach stadium on 13 July 2011. The second match in the semifinals will be played between Japan and Sweden.

The final match of the 2011 Women's Soccer World Cup is played on Sunday 17 July 2011 in Frankfurt

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USA Female Soccer Team Stuns Brazil
Yesterday the USA women soccer team played Brazil and in an astonishing match they beat Brazil in the penalty should out with a 5-3 score.
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