Tobin and Christen do a deep dive on the 8 teams who played in the World Cup quarterfinals and the 4 teams remaining in the tournament. In this international episode, they celebrate the countries that were eliminated from competition and discuss what made them so great. Then, they shine a light on the two upcoming matches and what they expect to see. Later, Tobin sits down with the captain of England’s national team, Leah Williamson, to discuss the current state of their program, how winning the Euros helped prepare the team for the World Cup, her outlook on England’s upcoming semifinal match with Australia and what it’s like having an injury during the World Cup. Finally, Christen and Tobin are joined by their friend, teammate and captain of New Zealand’s national team and Angel City FC, Ali Riley, fresh off her appearance at the World Cup. Ali tells incredible stories about the New Zealand national team nearly missing their opening match against Norway due to traffic, the difference between her first World Cup 16 years ago and her fifth World Cup this year, Tobin accidentally running a 5k in slides, playing in an abusive environment and making the hard to decision to do something about it and so much more. And, as always, community questions, two semifinal predictions and Tobin’s Top Things!
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