Diana Matheson gave Canada the Olympic women's soccer bronze medal by scoring a minute and a half into injury time to lift the North Americans to a 1-0 victory over France.
The U.S. women enter Thursday's Olympic women's soccer final at Wembley Stadium with two things on their minds: a little revenge and a chance at another gold medal.
Angry and upset at their Olympic semifinal loss to the United States, the Canadian women are ready to vent their frustration at someone - anyone. And France may bear the brunt of it.
The United States rallied from a one-goal deficit three times and beat Canada 4-3 Monday, scoring the winner with 37 seconds left in extra time to advance to the Olympic women's gold medal game for a fifth straight time.
Canada hasn't beaten the United States in women's soccer since 2001 - 26 games since the "Canucks" claimed victory over the "Yanks." And Canada has only defeated the United States three times in 51 games.
CONCACAF rivals Canada and the United States will face off for a place in the Olympic women's gold medal game as both shut out in their quarterfinal opponents on Friday.