U.S. Pat. Women's national soccer team's record 13-0 rout of Thailand in their opening game of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France on Twitter
Many people asked why female players who represent the country aren ' wins and four Olympic gold medals. In comparison, the U.S. men's team has won the tournament.
More than two dozen members of the U.S. women's team are currently pursuing a lawsuit which accuses us. Kirsten Gillibrand (DN.Y.), thought his latest astonishing result backed up their case:
Here's an idea: If you win 13-0-the most goals for a single game in World Cup history-you should be at least equal to the men's team.
Congratulations, #USWNT !
– Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) June 11, 2019
13 goals = 13 more reasons women deserve equal pay in the workplace
– Dan Reynolds (@DanReynolds) June 12, 2019
13-⚽️⚽️ ⁰⁰Congrats to #USWNT For scoring the most goals in a single game in World Cup history! ⁰⁰Now, why are they still fighting for equal pay? Enough with the double standards. https://t.co/Qw7kP7Yna7
– Democratic Governors (@ Demgovs) June 12, 2019
Soccer mania started in earnest today as the eyes of the world are on the @USWNT – reigning champs.
Is 13 goals enough to finally convince the men that they're worth equal pay for equal work ?! ⚽️ #OneNationOneTeam
– Kathy Hochul (@LtGovHochulNY) June 11, 2019
Or better: equal pay AND GETTING THE BEST OF OUR TWO National Teams Every Year. I just want Alex Morgan to get all the money. https://t.co/0g74QTTNUg
– Shannon Cole (@oshanada) June 12, 2019
The United States women's national team are currently fighting for equal pay. Last night they scored 13 goals against Thailand. The men's team managed a combined 12 goals at the 2006, 2010 and 2014 World Cups and did not qualify for 2018 #justsaying
– Ben Jacobs (@JacobsBen) June 12, 2019
PAY 👏 THESE 👏 WOMEN 👏 MORE 👏 THAN 👏 THE 👏 MEN 👏 #USWNT
– Ashley Louise (@AshleyLLouise) June 11, 2019