Matches

02/07/2011
3:0 (1:0)
  • Heather O REILLY (12')
  • Megan RAPINOE (50')
  • Carli LLOYD (57')

Summary

USA cruise past Colombia into last eight
USA powered their way into the FIFA Women’s World Cup quarter-finals thanks to a comprehensive 3-0 win over Colombia, with Heather O'Reilly, Megan Rapinoe and Carli Lloyd all on the scoresheet. More »

Line-up

1
12
3
3
6
4
8
5
9
7
10
9
11
11
12
13
16
14
19
18
20
19

Substitute(s)

18
21
21
1
2
2
4
6
5
8
7
10
13
15
14
16
15
17
17
20

Coaches

Pia SUNDHAGE (SWE)
(COL) Ricardo ROZO

Officials

Referee: Dagmar DAMKOVA (CZE)Assistant Referee 1: Maria Luisa VILLA GUTIERREZ (ESP)Assistant Referee 2: Yolanda PARGA RODRIGUEZ (ESP)Fourth official: Jacqui MELKSHAM (AUS)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 43)


Latest Comments:
Charrua1957
04/07/2011 at 15:50
Charrua1957 (Germany)
Great game to watch. Sometimes I enjoy more watching the ladies play than the men. They play tough but "cleaner" (with the exception of Marta in Brazil). USA all the way!!
Reply to this comment
Warriors379
03/07/2011 at 17:33
AGAIN, ITS HARD TO IMAGINE ANYBODY BEATING THE USA, THEY ARE PLAYING AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!
Reply to this comment
Moghul-USA
03/07/2011 at 11:47
What a great performance by the fabulous ladies of the USA Women's National Team! Yeah, absolutely awesome feat of soccer play in these 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup games in Germany. Watch out Sweden, Germany and of course Japan and Brazil..... You GO Girls!
Reply to this comment

View all comments »

Statistics

27Shots12
5Corner kicks1
1Yellow cards0
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
55%Possession (%)45%
  • Player of Colombia are seen after the FIFA Women's World Cup 2011
  • Christie Rampone (L) and goalkeeper Hope Solo of USA celebrate
  • Colombian goalkeeper Sandra Sepulveda gestures
  • Abby Wambach of USA tries to score against goalkeeper Sandra Sepulveda
  • Megan Rapinoe of USA controls the ball
  • Hope Solo of USA controls the ball during the FIFA Women's World Cup
“We’re disappointed, but we’re not going to let our heads drop because of this result. We’re a young team, with a long, successful future ahead of us. This generation of players needs to learn from this type of match in order to keep improving,” Ricardo Rozo, Colombia coach