Canada looks to bounce back in a re-match against the United States in women’s soccer action on Wednesday, July 22 at 8 p.m. (ET)/5 p.m. (PT) on Rogers Sportsnet.
Gerry Dobson will handle the play-by-play, while former Canadian soccer keeper Craig Forrest provides the analysis.
Canada dropped a 1-0 decision to the United States in Rochester, New York on Sunday. The No.1-ranked US captured their second straight win over Canada after a 4-0 victory in Toronto back on May 25. The US-Canada match at Blackbaud Stadium in South Carolina this Wednesday will mark the 47th time both clubs have met internationally. The match will also complete the three-game international friendly series between Canada and the US.
American Abby Wambach notched a milestone with her 100th career goal to beat Canada in the 1-0 win. Canadian captain Christine Sinclair also entered the game with 99 career goals but failed to hit the century mark. At only 25-years old, Sinclair has already scored more goals in international competition than any other Canadian player in history.
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