Canada’s frustrations throughout their Women’s World Cup loss to Australia boiled over on Monday as defender Allysha Chapman went on an expletive tirade in opposition to Matildas coach Tony Gustavsson.
The incident occurred within the sixty fourth minute of the match with Australia main 3-0. Chapman challenged Australia’s Hayley Raso for the ball. Raso was on the bottom in ache after the scuffle after which Chapman turned and delivered some harsh phrases to Gustavsson.
“She f—ing jumped into me you t–t,” she was heard saying.
BBC commentator Robyn Cowell and Sevens Community commentator David Basheer each addressed the profane language.
“Apologies there if any language was picked up on the very delicate pitch-side microphones it appears,” Cowell mentioned, based on The Solar.
“Allysha Chapman regarded over to Tony Gustavsson and mentioned some fairly stern phrases,” Basheer mentioned, per the New York Post. “It was only a coming collectively, actually. It wasn’t Chapman’s doing. It was simply Raso’s willpower to win the ball.”
Raso scored two first-half targets to place Australia forward early. Mary Fowler and Steph Catley scored within the second half and Australia received the match, 4-0.
The loss means Canada exits the Girls’s World Cup whereas Australia and Nigeria, which got here to a 0-0 draw in opposition to Eire, will advance to the knockout round.