The U.S. Women’s National Soccer team rolled past Chile on Sunday for its second win in the Women’s World Cup.
While not as dominating as their victory against Thailand on June 11, the U.S. team scored three goals and shut Chile out from scoring. So far, the U.S. has been undefeated as it moves to its next game against Sweden on June 20.
The Thailand game attracted controversy for the U.S. team’s unrelenting performance. U.S. players scored 13 goals during the game while Thailand scored none. Backlash to the score and the players’ celebrations ensued, but the players appeared to take the criticism in stride during the Chile game.
Sweden and the U.S. have moved forward to the knockout stage. The June 20 game will determine the team that wins Group F.
Images courtesy of the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team