Canada’s women’s soccer team was eliminated from the Women’s World Cup on Monday after a shocking 4-0 loss to Australia. The loss is a major disappointment for Canada, who were hoping to build on their Olympic gold medal from 2021.
The game was a one-sided affair from the start. Australia scored two goals in the first half, and then added two more in the second half. Canada had no answer for Australia’s attack, and the final score was a reflection of the dominance of the home team.
Hayley Raso scored twice for Australia, while Mary Fowler and Steph Catley also found the net. Canada’s best chance of the game came in the first half, when Christine Sinclair had a shot saved by Australia goalkeeper Lydia Williams.
The loss is a major setback for Canada, who were hoping to make a deep run in the tournament. The team struggled to score goals throughout the tournament, and they were unable to overcome Australia’s superior firepower.
The future is still bright for Canada’s women’s soccer team, but they will need to find a way to score more goals if they want to be successful in future tournaments.
What went wrong for Canada?
There were a number of factors that contributed to Canada’s loss to Australia. First, the team struggled to create chances in the attacking third. They were often sloppy in possession, and they didn’t have enough movement off the ball to create openings.
Second, Canada’s defense was caught out of position on a number of occasions. Australia was able to exploit the space behind the Canadian back line, and they scored three goals from counter-attacks.
Third, Canada’s goalkeeper, Kailen Sheridan, had a poor game. She made a number of mistakes, and she was unable to keep Australia out of the net.
What does the future hold for Canada?
Despite the loss to Australia, Canada still has a bright future. The team is young and talented, and they have a lot of potential. They will need to learn from this experience, and they will need to find a way to score more goals if they want to be successful in future tournaments.
However, there are some reasons to be optimistic about Canada’s future. The team has a number of young players who are still developing, and they have a good coach in Bev Priestman. If Canada can continue to improve, they will be a force to be reckoned with in the years to come.