U.S. Women’s Soccer in Last Place within Group after Stunning Olympic Loss to Sweden

U.S. Women’s soccer is in last place within their Olympics Group G Standings after a stunning 3-0 loss to Sweden.

Ahead of them is Sweden, Australia and New Zealand.

Their second-longest unbeaten streak in USWNT history has now come to a close at 44 games.

Sweden stunned the U.S. Women’s team in a 3-0 shutout.

Members of both teams kneeled during the national anthem in protest.

U.S. star Rapinoe said after the loss “We got our asses kicked, didn’t we? … I thought we were a little tight, a little nervous, just doing dumb stuff.

“There’s no time to dwell and think about if Sweden is living in our heads or not. We’ve got another game in three days,” she continued.

“It’s frustrating, and it’s frustrating that it’s Sweden. They found a lot of space on us. I don’t even know how many goals we have given up this whole year. I don’t remember the last time we gave up a goal. So to give up three is not great,” she added.