The United States women's soccer team is having a memorable trip to the Algarve Cup — for all the wrong reasons.
The Americans lost consecutive games for the first time in 13 years and conceded five goals in a match for the first time in the team's 29-year history, finishing last in their group following a 5-3 defeat by Denmark on Monday at Albufeira, Portugal.
Winless at 0-2-1, the U.S. faces North Korea in the seventh-place game Wednesday. The Americans had won the title nine times in 18 previous trips.
Denmark built a 3-0 lead when Katine Veje scored in the 24th minute and Nadia Nadim added goals in the 35th and 39th.