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Schon kurz danach traf Schweden, erhöhte damit aber auf 2:0 für Deutschland....


Erstmals Olympiasieger: 20 Jahre nach Aufnahme von Frauenfußball ins olympische Programm haben die DFB-Frauen den Olymp erklommen. Im Finale gegen Schweden musste nur am Ende gezittert werden. Die deutschen Fußballfrauen sind zum ersten Mal Olympiasieger. Im Finale am Freitagabend gegen Außenseiter Schweden siegte das Team der scheidenden Bundestrainerin Silvia Neid 2:1 (0:0). Deutsche Fußball-Frauen am Ziel der Träume | Sportschau - - Nachrichten


Gold für die DFB-Frauen: Die deutschen Fußballerinnen haben im Finale gegen schweden 2:1 gewonnen- der erste Olympiasieg in der geschichte des DFB


Title: English football teamCreator(s): Bain News Service, publisherDate Created/Published: [ca. 1912] (date created or later published by Bain)Medium: 1 negative : glass ; 5 x 7 in. or smaller.Summary: Photo shows the English football (soccer) team at the 1912 Olympics in Stockholm, Sweden. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2009 and similar photograph in "Football at the 1912 Summer Olympics,"

Sweden is boring and annoying and terrible

Watching Sweden is awful. Here's why they're so boring and why that makes…

Hope Solo, tolerated and excused in victory, exposes herself in Olympic defeat

Say, What? Hope Solo demonstrated a hopeless, lack of sportsmanship, after the US women's soccer loss to Sweden. She called the winners 'losers', after SHE failed to successfully block shots, in a goal shootout. Um, that chick that was assigned to the American goal? That was YOU, Hope. Roll the replay tape! Girl, sit down. Solo demanded a Trump University refund, as she left the field. Make America geat again, alright. Let's ditch these two dolts.

2016 Rio Olympics -- Holo Solo says U.S. lost to 'a bunch of cowards'


U.S. women's soccer team knocked out by Sweden in stunning upset

DAY 1: Women's Soccer - Sweden v South Africa

U.S. Soccer's women deserve as much as the men even when they loseCarli Lloyd reacts against Sweden in the second half during the Olympic quarterfinal match on August 12 2016 in Brasilia Brazil. Image: Getty Images By Rebecca Ruiz2016-08-12 22:10:26 UTC When the U.S. womens soccer team returns from the Rio Olympics there will be no ticker-tape parade or celebratory selfies with President Obama or triumphant magazine covers. Perhaps most important unlike following their World Cup win in…