Things got off to an ugly start for the United States Women’s National Team on Tuesday in Rio, as Colombia’s Catalina Usme put a free kick right through the legs of Hope Solo in the 26th minute, to give Colombia a 1-0 lead:

That’s a pretty brutal whiff from Solo, and one that will certainly be remembered if the USWNT ends up losing this match.

But, the USWNT soon evened things up with a goal from Crystal Dunn in the 42nd minute:

UPDATE: With the USWNT leading 2-1, Colombia scored this goal to tie it in the 90th minute.

The match ended in a draw. Not Hope Solo’s finest performance.

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