A tough loss to the powerhouse Americans on Sunday night highlighted all of the Canadian national team's weaknesses and fans were quick to take notice.
The women in red swept past their opening game against Guyana 5-0, confidently putting six goals behind Trinidad and Tobago and ran a 10-goal clinic on Guatemala. They gave up their first goal of the tournament to Costa Rica in the semifinals but still managed a comfortable 3-1 win.
Team Canada started out on a great note and fans were quick to tweet about it.
Five youngsters made the starting 11 today and, to be honest, Canadian fans love them.
@CBCOlympics the young players have done well for Canada!!— @rushton007
But as the game progressed, so did the goals in the back of Canada's net. So we asked Twitter fans what they thought. No surprise here: Christine Sinclair is always the answer.
@CBCOlympics Bring in Sinclair.— @joefragapane
Being two goals down, fans started to lose hope as the game continued.
@CBCOlympics not a chance against the usa. Not nearly enough possession— @jetsfan_85
So we asked them a key question in Canada's style of play and got their answer:
@CBCOlympics we need some Alex Morgan's, people that drive to the net. Love team Canada but no denying USA has better forwards 🙏🏼🇨🇦🇨🇦— @NODonaghey
But leave it up to soccer expert Nigel Reed to give a perfect post game analysis in one tweet.