From Yahoo Sports:
Since completing a comeback win against France in its first Olympic group-stage match, the U.S. women’s team has had a relatively easy run to its upcoming semifinal match against Canada. The team hasn’t allowed a single goal since that match against France, beating its three subsequent opponents by a combined score of 6-0 and creating a comfortable atmosphere that has led the team to deploy a series of pre-arranged goal celebrations that are starting to annoy opponents.
This is how the American women’s soccer team acts now when they score a goal; they act like black professional football players.
Gone are the days of quiet sportsmanship; quiet out of concern for the opponents feelings and the desire to avoid being considered rude. Don’t worry though. At least the girls are getting to express themselves and that can only serve to heighten their self-esteem.
You may recall that another American women’s soccer team had their own unsportsmanlike (and mannish) way of celebrating goals.