Canada made a comeback in the Women's World Cup by defeating Ireland 2–1.
Canada raised hopes after a disappointing 0-0 draw with Nigeria in their tournament opener.
Canada made a tremendous comeback in the Women's World Cup by defeating Ireland 2-1.
McCabe helped Ireland take the lead in the fourth minute by volleying a corner into the back of the net.
McCabe's kick from the right was so high that no one could touch it.
McCabe's goal went out of reach of Canadian goalkeeper Kellen Sheridan before crashing under the bar.
McCabe said that "I feel very sorry for the girls and I felt that we deserved something from this game."
Canada fell behind quickly and missed more chances as Ireland applied the pressure.
Schmidt made an instant impact in the match by providing the assist for Lyon's goal in the 53rd.
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