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The U.S. women's soccer team wasn't at the top of their game for most of their matchup with Colombia. But the fact they won 3-0 despite that is what shows how dominant they can really be.
Between Abby Wambach, Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, Heather O'Reilly and even Carli Lloyd, the Americans are loaded with goal-scoring threats, far too many for their opponents to keep up.
Yes, it was Colombia, but it may have been their comeback and complete control-shifting win against France that showed just how dangerous they are.
On the defensive side, there is some cause for concern, but nothing that can't be quickly adjusted. Colombia only managed one shot on goal, so it's nitpicky to say it's much of a problem.
And besides, the offense is too much for any foe to handle. The duo of Wambach and Morgan alone are enough for the U.S. to win this tournament. But the abilities of this squad have no limitation.
And because of that, they may have no competition either.