However, former U.S. Women's Soccer champion Abby Wambach decided to make the celebrations a gender issue. "Hats off to Thailand for holding their heads high".
Federation Internationale de Football Association says the 1 million total also includes "delegations of the teams playing, commercial affiliates, observers, medical and technical staff".
Imagine seeing the women who inspire you most, in person, on the stage you dream of competing on.
"I live and breathe it, it's everything", Bendixen said.
US coach Jill Ellis defended her team's approach and said it would have been disrespectful to Thailand to ease up despite the huge lead. She also questioned whether the men's national team would be under fire for a similar result.
The last time the two teams met, the USA won 9-0.
"For all that have issue with many goals: for some players this is there [sic] first World Cup goal, and they should be excited", Wambach tweeted.
"This is a world championship, so every team here has been fantastic to get to this point".
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Morgan, who now has 106 goals for her country, matched a record set by her compatriot Michelle Akers by scoring five times in a World Cup game.
"I just think they could have won with some humility and grace, and they just couldn't manage to do that. For me it's disrespectful, it's disgraceful".
United States' Alex Morgan scored 5 targets in the team's 13-0 elevate over Thailand.
Former U.S. worldwide Alexi Lalas, another member of the panel, however, defended the Americans.
The U.S. plays Chile on Sunday after which play Sweden subsequent week.
There were a lot of excitement in Thailand before the tournament having qualified for their second World Cup in succession.
Morgan was involved in the second goal, too, playing a neat one-two with Rose Lavelle before the latter produced a 20-yard effort that Thailand goalkeeper Sukanya Chor Charoenying could only fumble into the back of the net.
Young fans wearing Japanese flag hair ribbons sit on the stand prior the start of the Women's World Cup Group D soccer match between Argentina and Japan at the Parc des Princes in Paris, Monday, June 10, 2019.
The top five finishers at the Asian qualifier advanced to the 24-team World Cup.