Listen: Carli Lloyd aims 'golf clap' celebration at U.S.'s critics
"Carly is talk about the maturity and the experience of one Gary woodland at thirty five years old, winning his first major while Carly, obviously has gold medals and has a World Cup championship, but she really came into Roane over the last few years, and for her to be the captain in this match against to lay just a an honor. But also, you can see her setting the tone, she's in her mid thirties as well. And so it's a big deal for her. To, to set that example for some of the younger players were in their first World Cup other neat aspect about Carly is, is that she is. She's a great role model. She I know she did the little golf clap. After I remember what goal was if it was her first one or the third one, that, that the US verse two, but after having an exuberant celebration she kind of pulls out the golf clap, as a nod to critics who said that the, the US women were celebrating, too much, and really don't it down. But she did though become the first one, she was the very first player to go to that tie, goalie who is so dejected and so upset and so embarrassed after their first their first match. She was the one who put her arm around her ending courage to her and supported her. And so I'm a big fan of Carli Lloyd, she's a great role model and proud that she represents team"