A statistical look at the U.S. women’s soccer team’s 2-0 victory over New Zealand in its debut at the Rio Games on Wednesday:
1: The U.S. is trying to become the first team to win the Olympics after succeeding at the World Cup.
3: Consecutive Olympics in which Team USA’s Carli Lloyd has scored a goal.
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3: Consecutive Olympic gold medals won by the U.S.
5: The U.S. is trying to win its fifth gold medal since women’s soccer became an Olympic sport in 1996 in Atlanta.
7: Career Olympic goals scored by Lloyd.
11: Newcomers on Team USA.
12: Consecutive Olympic victories by the U.S.
12: Goals this season by Team USA’s Alex Morgan.
13: Olympic appearances by Lloyd, tied with Hope Solo for the most on the team.
14: Shutout victories by the U.S. during its 16-game unbeaten streak in 2016.
18: Age of Mallory Pugh, who became the youngest American women’s player to start in an Olympic match.
89: Goals scored by Lloyd in 225 appearances.
2000: The only time the U.S. didn’t win the Olympics was in 2000 in Sydney, when it lost the final to Norway.
Compiled by Stu Rosenberg