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    In what will go down as one of the more memorable performances in Canadian soccer history, Canadian captain Christine Sinclair scored three goals but was left once again attempting to give a state of the team address after a gutting loss. Alex Morgan’s header with 30 seconds gave the U.S. the win and advanced them sac lancel to the gold medal game on Thursday at Wembley Stadium. Canada will play France for the bronze in City of Coventry Stadium.
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    The work of referee Christiana Pedersen of Norway is the talking point from this one. To say she was inconsistent would offend the word.
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    It must be said that McLeod was in fact warned by one of the linesmen early in the second half about hanging on to the ball too long. In Canada’s quarter-final win over Great Britain, several of the British players complained about it, too. But it was a strange time to enforce a rule that is normally used when a team nursing a one-goal lead screws around with the ball late in a match.

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