USA win 10-0, but still have to settle for the bronze-medal-match

USA started the day with hope of reacing the final, for them to have that chance at least ten goals were needed. They managed to do so against a still motivated Peru. Again lots of spectators came to cheer the home team on, but to no avail: USA put 8 behind Peru's excellent goalkeeper Regalado in the first half. When the last two goals were scored, USA let up and played relaxed to the end signal.


The crowd paid their respect to the Peruvian side by giving them a standing ovation after the match. They truly inspired everyone watching.

USA
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
2
FT2 C
35'
35'
4
FT1 C
60'
46'
7
FT2 C
60'
19', 20', 21'
8
FT2 C
60'
9
FT2 C
60'
5', 27'
10
FT3 C
36'
13', 14', 29', 33'
36'
12
FT2 C
60'
1
FT2 RFD 20
0'
5
FT2 C
24'
36'
6
FT3 C
0'
11
FT2 C
25'
35'
13
FT2 C
0'
14
FT2 RFD 20
0'
Head coach: Stuart Sharp
Peru
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
3
FT1 C
5'
55'
7
FT1 C
48'
12'
Head coach: Diego Alberto Acosta