Womens World Cup 2015: Obama and Beyonce lead U.S. team tributes

Publish Date : 2021-04-04


Womens World Cup 2015: Obama and Beyonce lead U.S. team tributes

President Barack Obama was one of the first to congratulate the team via social media on their record-breaking third World Cup win as they beat defending champion Japan 5-2.

He gave a special mention to hat-trick hero and the tournament's joint top scorer Carli Lloyd who effectively sealed victory with three goals in the opening 16 minutes of the match in Vancouver.

'What a win for Team USA! Great game @CarliLloyd! Your country is so proud of you all. Come visit the White House with the World Cup soon.'



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Obama wasn't the only politician to jump on the USWNT bandwagon; fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton followed suit by congratulating the team but turned down one fan's suggestion she should take to the field herself to aid her presidential campaign bid. 'Think @CarliLloyd and the team have this covered.', Clinton wrote.

Not to be outdone, Republican Presidential hopeful Jeb Bush also hailed the victory.

U.S. men's team striker Jozi Altidore shared a photo of his teammates huddled around a cellphone watching the action from their team bus.

It wasn't just fellow soccer stars who were tweeting about the final.

Basketball legend Kobe Bryant tweeted 'Great Goal!!!' while 14-time major golf champion Tiger Woods was clearly enjoying what he was seeing: 'Love watching history being made. There's nothing like it. Go USA!'

Even the biggest pop and movie stars were getting in on the act with Beyonce sharing a photo on Instagram of her watching the game in her personalized soccer shirt.

While Samuel L. Jackson tweeted: 'What's the Over on the USA ASSWHIPPIN'?!!!

Even Barbie was moved to comment -- the favorite figurine of many a child describing the U.S. team as 'an inspiration.'

After creating history on the pitch, the USWNT proved that no matter who you are or what you do, the success of a team can unite a nation for 90 minutes.

U.S. men's team striker Jozi Altidore shared a photo of his teammates huddled around a cellphone watching the action from their team bus. He gave a special mention to hat-trick hero and the tournament's joint top scorer Carli Lloyd who effectively sealed victory with three goals in the opening 16 minutes of the match in Vancouver. He gave a special mention to hat-trick hero and the tournament's joint top scorer Carli Lloyd who effectively sealed victory with three goals in the opening 16 minutes of the match in Vancouver. Even Barbie was moved to comment -- the favorite figurine of many a child describing the U.S. team as 'an inspiration.' Even the biggest pop and movie stars were getting in on the act with Beyonce sharing a photo on Instagram of her watching the game in her personalized soccer shirt. Even Barbie was moved to comment -- the favorite figurine of many a child describing the U.S. team as 'an inspiration.' It wasn't just fellow soccer stars who were tweeting about the final. U.S. men's team striker Jozi Altidore shared a photo of his teammates huddled around a cellphone watching the action from their team bus. Basketball legend Kobe Bryant tweeted 'Great Goal!!!' while 14-time major golf champion Tiger Woods was clearly enjoying what he was seeing: 'Love watching history being made. There's nothing like it. Go USA!' President Barack Obama was one of the first to congratulate the team via social media on their record-breaking third World Cup win as they beat defending champion Japan 5-2. While Samuel L. Jackson tweeted: 'What's the Over on the USA ASSWHIPPIN'?!!! While Samuel L. Jackson tweeted: 'What's the Over on the USA ASSWHIPPIN'?!!! Even Barbie was moved to comment -- the favorite figurine of many a child describing the U.S. team as 'an inspiration.' Obama wasn't the only politician to jump on the USWNT bandwagon; fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton followed suit by congratulating the team but turned down one fan's suggestion she should take to the field herself to aid her presidential campaign bid. 'Think @CarliLloyd and the team have this covered.', Clinton wrote. Not to be outdone, Republican Presidential hopeful Jeb Bush also hailed the victory. It wasn't just fellow soccer stars who were tweeting about the final. President Barack Obama was one of the first to congratulate the team via social media on their record-breaking third World Cup win as they beat defending champion Japan 5-2. President Barack Obama was one of the first to congratulate the team via social media on their record-breaking third World Cup win as they beat defending champion Japan 5-2. After creating history on the pitch, the USWNT proved that no matter who you are or what you do, the success of a team can unite a nation for 90 minutes. President Barack Obama was one of the first to congratulate the team via social media on their record-breaking third World Cup win as they beat defending champion Japan 5-2. After creating history on the pitch, the USWNT proved that no matter who you are or what you do, the success of a team can unite a nation for 90 minutes.

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