Mallory Swanson scored a pair of first half goals, and on the US Thursday night, a Shebelieves Cup match, which was cloudy with a business dispute between Canadian players and federations, defeated Canada 2-0. Canadian women, 'sufficient' before the game before the national anthems wearing purple shirts. Before the beginning, US players tied a gun with Canadian colleagues in the middle circle in a solidarity show. Canada's women negotiate for a new collective bargaining agreement that will pay equal fees with male colleagues. They say they are not paid for 2022. Canada Players Association said in a statement on Thursday, "Purple was associated with efforts to achieve gender equality historically," he said. The players initially said that they planned to boycott the team activities surrounding the tournament, but by Canada football, the action actions mean an illegal strike. Mallory Swanson, after scored his second goal against Canada, the wheels are far away Swanson Now scored goals in each of the last four matches and in good condition Players met before the match to show solidarity for Canada's labor dispute On Thursday, Brazil was defeated Japan 1-0 on a late goal of Marta, who played his first match since his left ACL rupture last March in the previous Shebelieves Cup match at the Exploria Stadium. The Robin Shebelieves Cup with a four -team is moving to Tennessee on Sunday, Nashville. All four teams were entitled to the World Cup. Swanson scored the fourth goal of the new year in the seventh minute.34.He added a second. In the past, Mallory Pugh married Chicago Cubs Shortstop Dansby Swanson in December. He scored 30 goals for the United States of America and scored goals in each of the last four matches. Fans in the crowd kept posters to support the Canadian team on strike The Canadian team wore purple t -shirts with 'sufficient' message before the game The goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher stopped Janine Beckie's Canadian attempt during the first half. US players used to draw attention to LGBTQ rights in Florida, some of them wore bracelets that said 'defend the trans Joy' with purple bracelets that supported Canadian players. Alex Morgan was honored before the match, which ranked 200th for the national team against Germany at the end of last year.