Is US Women's Offense In Trouble Going Into The World Cup?
The U.S. women's soccer team tied Korea Republic on Saturday in a disappointing scoreless match. Will the US offense perform better in the World Cup?By Matt Moreno | May 31, 2015
It was supposed to be a tune-up before World Cup play, but the U.S. Women's National Team only managed a 0-0 draw against Korea Republic in an international friendly game Saturday.
Forward Abby Wambach told ESPN after the game: "Obviously not the result we wanted. We didn't play that well. ... To me, this is super normal. I'm not freaking out. We're not in a bad position. Everybody, don't worry. We're going to be fine."
But judging from several headlines, there was a bit caution from writers after the game, with many saying the lack of offense was most concerning.