It's the biggest scoreline in the quadrennial event's history and Morgan leveled the record held by Michelle Akers who had been the only one scoring five in a World Cup match before tonight's U.S. -Thailand game.
Asllani broke a scoreless tie in the 83rd minute.
Endler tipped a curling Sofia Jakobsson shot over the bar as Sweden continued to press for the opener, which finally came when Asllani provided the clinical touch that had been missing from most of the match and Janogy showed her class with a sublime finish.
"The players will be absolutely devastated but we're a resilient group and I'm pretty confident we'll bounce back", said New Zealand coach Tom Sermanni. Lindsey Horan, Megan Rapinoe, Mallory Pugh and Carli Lloyd had one each.
Though Ellis admitted her players were more than aware of the hosts' performance in Paris, she quickly pivoted to the immediate task at hand.
In the other Group F fixture carrying out earlier on Tuesday evening, Sweden scored two late goals to beat Chile 2-0 after a violent storm held their match in Rennes for around 40 minutes.
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Fourteen minutes later, she delivered a free kick directly inside the goal, completing a hat-trick. While Jamaica's pace sometimes troubled the Brazilian defence, Brazil could have won by more.
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A large American presence in Reims ensured that the match was one of 13 confirmed sell-outs in the competition, Federation Internationale de Football Association revealed on Tuesday as they said that more than a million tickets had now been sold for the tournament.
North Korea's Ri Hyang-ok served as referee for Canada's 1-0 Group E victory over the African side.
But regardless who starts, this will be a must watch game.
"For all that have issue with many goals: for some players this is their first World Cup goal, and they should be excited", Wambach said. The squad only allowed two shots on goals as the Thai offense was nearly nonexistent throughout the entire match.
It was a cruel result for Tom Sermanni's players, who did just enough to keep the Netherlands' risky front three of Vivianne Miedema, Lieke Martens and Shanice van de Sanden at bay, only for Roord to pounce 16 minutes after coming off the bench.