Womens World Cup USA vs England memes score big

first_img Playing this on a loop forever and ever and ever and ever 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸@AlyssaNaeher TAKE A BOW. pic.twitter.com/EM5WZjd4wT— U.S. Soccer WNT (@USWNT) July 2, 2019 Culture That’s the most England thing I’ve ever seen. What a dreadful penalty— Josh (@JMO_96) July 2, 2019 Dope, not tea. pic.twitter.com/vW9Q1UxPDg— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) July 2, 2019 pic.twitter.com/gxVApZxTtN— Pat (@PatchAFC) July 2, 2019 #ENG comes THAT close to pulling even. Offside is the call, courtesy of VAR(via @FoxSoccer) pic.twitter.com/QHKN3YV8Pa— Planet Fútbol (@si_soccer) July 2, 2019 The US will take on the winner of Wednesday’s Sweden-Netherlands match in the World Cup final on Sunday morning. It’s @alexmorgan13 birthday and America’s birthday week, the 50 stars have aligned for US this week let’s get this win @USWNT #USAvENG #FIFAWWC2019 #OneNationOneTeam pic.twitter.com/R18Nf4k7vh— Erin (@erin_mcpartland) July 2, 2019 hands up if you know how it feels to lose pic.twitter.com/qeLnfPW8d8— badladsplace (@badladsplace) July 2, 2019 The Second Revolutionary War begins today. Here come the Colonists! #USAvENG #FIFAWWC2019 #ibelievethatwewillwin pic.twitter.com/Lospx1XJGR— Cameron Feil (@CFeil) July 2, 2019 Alex Morgan gets a birthday goal!!!And air smokes an imaginary joint to celebrate???Whatever. GO AMERICA!!! #ENGUSA pic.twitter.com/KxmDVfQ9i2— Vanessa Santos (@VanessaOblinger) July 2, 2019 Naturally, English broadcaster Piers Morgan wasn’t pleased. That’s NOT how you sip tea. https://t.co/GAmQ1urom0— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) July 2, 2019 Lets Go USA! Let’s Beat those Red Coats one more time! #USWNT #USAvENG @FOXSoccer @alexmorgan13 @HeatherOReilly @AlexiLalas pic.twitter.com/XQOJRWRIB6— Jeffrey Collins (@Jeffrey_D17) July 2, 2019 THAT ONE PLAYER FROM ENGLAND DID THE GOGGLES AND ALEX MORGAN WAS LIKE “OH OKAY WE’RE TALKING SHIT NOW” AND THEN SCORED A GOAL AND TOOK A SIP OF TEA HAHAHAHAHAHAHA— Shea Serrano (@SheaSerrano) July 2, 2019 England blah blah blah penalties blah blah blah.— Grant Beasley (@GrantMBeasley) July 2, 2019 Alex Morgan sipping tea (with the pinky out) right in the faces of the Brits is about as American as you can get pic.twitter.com/O8OzltCFsp— Austin Huff (@AustinHuff) July 2, 2019 Clearly the US was spying – how else would Alex Morgan know the British team likes to drink tea— Patrick Monahan (@pattymo) July 2, 2019 Me when the US women play England #USAvENG pic.twitter.com/IpjrFUo8tR— Hot Stuff Petty Trillbert (@blngbdgt) July 2, 2019 Sipping tea or smoking a joint? Only Alex Morgan knows…. #usa #WWC2019 pic.twitter.com/pQIjYk5TF1— Mark Dignam (@MarkDignam_84) July 2, 2019 Sorry to break it to ya my guy…. but much like the American Revolution…..The US is gonna defeat England… again 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 #LFG #HappyJuly4thWeek pic.twitter.com/J43szsmbgk— Kyle S (@ItzKyleHomie) July 2, 2019 Alex Morgan of the USA celebrates after scoring her team’s second goal against England during the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup France semifinal match. 5021154 / Getty Images USA vs. England? Those two countries definitely have met up before on a few battlefields. The social-media buzz was intense as the defending women’s World Cup champion Americans took on England on Tuesday.Yes, people did notice that the match was being played just two days before America’s Independence Day, why do you ask? “The Second Revolutionary War begins today,” Cameron Feil wrote on Twitter. “Here come the Colonists!” England fans seemed to feel the penalty kick looked familiar. When England keeps catching up: #USAvENG pic.twitter.com/0nSEUATAra— USWNT reactions (@USWNTreactions) July 2, 2019 They seem to be a little excited. England had one more shot when captain Steph Houghton was granted a penalty kick, but US goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher made a perfect save. 0center_img #womensworldcup2019 #ENGvsUSA #USAvENG Remember Boston! pic.twitter.com/mkejPnpy7u— citifroup (@citifroup) July 2, 2019 Hell yeah I’m a fan of USWNTUsingSocial mediaWhileNotTaking care of work— The Give Smart Guy (@BobbyBigWheel) July 2, 2019 pic.twitter.com/KWxJ9K06IO— Angelo Robledo (@idigit1st) July 2, 2019 😘 of DeathThey too aren’t good enough…— M.McC. (@Davros64) July 2, 2019 Here for Alex Morgan’s sipping tea celebration 😂 pic.twitter.com/vUOhJolHJ4— Meghan Montemurro (@M_Montemurro) July 2, 2019 Ah the grand old tradition of England choking on penalties— István (@_TKFJ_) July 2, 2019 Being an England fan can be characterised by two words “Penalty Pain”— Simon Pizzey 🇪🇺 (@simon_pizzey) July 2, 2019 hey @MuseeLouvre, we got your next masterpiece. you’re welcome. pic.twitter.com/4SEX5ULkuY— U.S. Soccer WNT (@USWNT) July 2, 2019 It must be a generic thing with England we can’t take a penalty for toffee— stuart mills (@Stuart_mills240) July 2, 2019 Tags Share your voice Commiserations to the @lionesses tonight. Know that you have inspired millions with how you’ve played on the field as well as how you’ve conducted yourselves off it. We are very proud of you. #Lionesses⁠ ⁠— Theresa May (@theresa_may) July 2, 2019 Things looked tight for the Americans when England’s Ellen White scored to tie things up. But White’s goal was called back due to an offside call. And national stereotypes? We got ’em! US player Alex Morgan scored on her 30th birthday and then mimed sipping a cup of tea, that famed British beverage that famously once landed in Boston Harbor.”Clearly the US was spying — how else would Alex Morgan know the British team likes to drink tea?” asked Patrick Monahan on Twitter. I’m going to England next week, is there any way I can put a gif of the penalty shot on a t-shirt?— Tim Marchman (@timmarchman) July 2, 2019 Bye bye England. #USAvENG pic.twitter.com/7C74rxFnFt— USWNT reactions (@USWNTreactions) July 2, 2019 Departing British Prime Minister Theresa May tried to console her country’s team, but she’s not exactly well-loved at the moment. Disallowed goal, penalty miss, red card, it’s the Official Fucking Trifecta of World Cup Knock-Out Curses™️ for England— Martin Belam (@MartinBelam) July 2, 2019 PARTY LIKE IT’S 1776 because we’re going to the #FIFAWWC FINAL!!!!#OneNationOneTeam pic.twitter.com/kZh6qH3YKi— U.S. Soccer WNT (@USWNT) July 2, 2019 Americans aren’t exactly known for their love of soccer, er, football, er, soccer, but this game is different. Fans of the US Women’s National Team sprouted up everywhere. Me running home from work to watch the #USAvENG game: pic.twitter.com/x5ULqHm2k8— Anna Witte (@AnnaWitte_) July 2, 2019 Morgan and some others saw a different motion in the US player’s gesture. “Sipping tea or smoking a joint? Only Alex Morgan knows,” wrote Mark Dignam. Hugely unfair that they’re out…before you are.— Lego Stan (@LegoStan) July 2, 2019 Post a comment Twitterlast_img