The most lopsided match in Women's World Cup history had no shortage of detractors.
Twitter was uneasy with the way the USWNT celebrated each of its goals. Morgan counted her tally with her hands and Megan Rapinoe danced around the pitch after scoring her team's ninth goal of the evening.
Some onlookers had no problem with the score, while others criticized the Americans for their behavior.
However, Jill Ellis, head coach of the United States, came to the defense of her players:
The USWNT has another chance to increase its scoring margin against 39th-ranked Chile on Sunday.