She also now holds the USA record for most career clean sheets (102), most appearances for a goalkeeper (202), most starts (190), most wins (154) and longest undefeated streak (55 games).
Kyle, an analyst in TSN for the tournament, was one of those not impressed by the unbridled American jubilation after goals.
Thailand's deflated coach Nuengruethai Sathongwien said she had no excuses, adding: "We accept that they are better". "For me it's disrespectful, it's disgraceful".
"I had a personal goal for three", she said smiling. "This is the World Cup, not a rec league tournament", she wrote. But some critics contend the team could have been a bit more subdued given the score. Thirteen times the US team scored and 13 times they celebrated with gusto. "Everyone is allowed their opinions towards my thoughts 100% but please leave the death threats!" I don't think she owes it to anyone to be more specific but I think it may help other people to understand what the issue is.
Fellow TSN analyst Clare Rustad, a former global with 45 Canada caps, and veteran Canadian midfielder Diana Matheson, who is missing the tournament through injury, also criticized the American behaviour while noting the importance of goal differential.
Before the all-powerful victory of the United States with a five-goal mark of Alex Morgan, Brazilian, Cristiane led the scoring chart after scoring a hat-trick on its team debut against Jamaica. "I think it was unnecessary to have planned-out goal celebrations".
Seven different players scored for the Americans, tying Germany for the most in a World Cup match. Striker Alex Morgan grabbed five goals and three assists, a record for a World Cup at any level.
Most of the time these are choreographed before the match, which means there was a discussion in the dressing room: "If we score loads of goals, we want to celebrate them as if they are just as important as if we were playing France or Germany or anyone else".
The point of this (fairly embarrassing story) is, I get it!
"There are some teams here that, since the last World Cup, have only played a handful of games, or only the qualifiers".
"And for the celebrations, these are goals we have dreamt of our entire life", said Morgan, who matched a record set by her compatriot Michelle Akers by scoring five times in a World Cup game.
Players for the defending champion USA team enjoy things like nutritionists and massage therapists, access to top-level training facilities and play an array of exhibition games against world-class competition. "And to play one of the best teams in the world, like the US, this is also our success", Srathongvian said.
Alex Morgan starred with five goals in the Group F opener in Reims, in Champagne country, as the U.S. pulverised a Thailand side playing at just their second World Cup. Imagine it being you out there.
The American players probably knew that they could break the record for the biggest win at a World Cup - there's different targets out there. "Celebrate. Would you tell a men's team to not score or celebrate?" she tweeted.