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Carli Lloyd isn’t ready to say if she’ll retire

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Carli Lloyd ended her Olympic campaign in Tokyo with a record-shattering outing.

The 39-year-old earned the start in the USWNT’s bronze-medal match against Australia, marking Lloyd’s 312th cap with the national team, becoming the second-most capped player in international football history behind Kristine Lilly with 354.

Lloyd broke another record, notching a brace in Thursday’s game, surpassing Abby Wambach as the USWNT’s all-time leading Olympic scorer with ten goals.

When asked about her future with the USWNT following Thursday’s bronze-medal victory, Lloyd said she “had a different mindset going into this one.”

“I haven’t made any official announcements yet, but obviously, I am at the tail end of my career. Physically, I feel really good, but at some point, I have to hang up the boots and live life.”

All eyes will be on Lloyd and coach Vlatko Andonovski following the Olympics as pressure mounts to incorporate a new cycle of players into the USWNT.