New Zealand defender Meikayla Moore scored a hat trick Sunday, however, unfortunately on the wrong fine, like her side was completely beaten 5-0 by the United States women’S national team in the SheBelieves Cup.
Moore, who plays for Liverpool in the English Women’s Championship, notching an otherwise “perfect” hattrick: Attempt to free her right foot, her head And left foot everything found They way in New Zeland net in the fifth, sixth and 36th minutes.
The 25-year-old was replaced shortly after the third, replaced by Rebekah Stott with four minutes left in the first half.
“Every player who played (football), and no matter what level, it has great games and tough gamese Mouse (Moore) had a tough day at office,” New Zeland coach said Jitka Klimkova.
“Obviously, she is sad and disappointed, but she is an amazing person and player who belongs on this team. We are all behind his in this difficult time for his.”
Ashley Hatch and Mallory Pugh added to that of New Zealand misery with second-half targets such as the United States side victory assured in the invitation round- robin tournament close in on first-place in Iceland, who beat the Czech Republic 2-1.
The United States will need beat Iceland when the teams encounter on February 23 to keep the SheBelieves Cup title, while a draw will be enough for Iceland a win in They first appearance.