13 Reasons Why the U.S. Women’s National Team Was the Talk of Twitter

Its blowout of Thailand was the top-tweeted match during the group stage of FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019

Twitter named the panel that will help choose the #GoldenTweet winners in the U.S.
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The U.S. Women’s National Team’s 13-0 rout over Thailand dominated Twitter during the group stage of FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019.

Twitter said the top-tweeted matches during the group stage were:

  1. U.S. vs. Thailand
  2. Brazil vs. Jamaica
  3. Australia vs. Brazil
  4. Italy vs. Brazil
  5. U.S. vs Chile

The most-tweeted-about moments were:

  1. Cristiane completes the hat trick with her third goal of the match to give Brazil a 3-0 lead over Jamaica
  2. Cristiane scores a goal in the 38th minute to give Brazil a 2-0 lead over Australia
  3. Carli Lloyd scores a goal in stoppage time to give the U.S. a 13-0 lead over Thailand
  4. Marta Vieira da Silva scores her 17th career World Cup goal to become the leading goal scorer in both men’s or women’s World Cup history
  5. Mallory Pugh scores a goal in the 84th minute to give the U.S. an 11-0 lead over Thailand

The most-tweeted-about players were:

  1. Marta (Brazil)
  2. Alex Morgan (U.S.)
  3. Cristiane Rozeira (Brazil)
  4. Megan Rapinoe (U.S.)
  5. Claudia Endler (Chile)

The most-tweeted-about teams were:

  1. U.S.
  2. Brazil
  3. Argentina
  4. England
  5. France

The social network also shared some of the most retweeted tweets during the group stage of FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019:

Finally, Twitter revealed earlier this month that its analytics team will determine the best tweets in multiple categories from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, France, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Spain, South Korea, the U.S. and the U.K., and those tweets will be crowned as the #GoldenTweet winners.

The social network said at the time that a panel of judges will help choose the winners for athletes, brands, fans and journalists in the U.S., and Friday, it named the four panel members:

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