Morgan scored five goals during the match.
Nigeria will play against two-time champions Germany in Grenoble on Saturday. England would go on to win 3-0, and afterward coach Phil Neville told a sideline reporter: "It didn't feel like football".
Despite their rampant scoring against Thailand, largely the reason for a new World Cup record for group stage goals (18), this is not just going to be a procession for the United States.
Megan Rapinoe, second from right, of the U.S. celebrates with her teammates after scoring on a penalty kick during the Round of 16 game against Spain at Stade Auguste Delaune on June 24, 2019 in Reims, France. You can't replicate it; there's no way to express it or teach it. "I think they're in a really good place".
There are plenty more games to come and every chance that record could be broken.
The team toned it down against Chile.
The Spaniards have never been to a Women's World Cup before.
The tournament is in the knockout stage round of 16.
The reigning world champions will face the hosts in Paris on Friday in a match that could well decide the destiny of the tournament after Rapinoe struck from the spot in the seventh and 75th minutes.
From the start, the Spaniards made clear they would not become another pushover.
Spain won't be expected to upset the United States in the last 16.
The Group E decider this week between Netherlands and Canada has potentially given us plenty of answers about both teams.
Germany's midfielder Lea Schuller (top) vies for the ball with South Africa's defender Janine Van Wyk during the Women's World Cup Group B match at the Mosson Stadium in Montpellier, France, on June 17, 2019.
She celebrated by kissing her cleats, which in France have sported a blue and pink symbol for equality.
"This was fantastic game for us", USA coach Jill Ellis said afterward. "I share it with anyone fighting for more equality". She stepped away from the team over what she has characterized as the federation's lack of respect for the women's team. "As a team we have to have everyone's backs like that".
The Dutch attack runs through Vivianne Miedema, who's had a hand in 43% of the Netherlands' total shots this tournament, with two goals herself.
Spain tied the match off of a US defensive error.
Kerr got four in Australia's final group match, a 4-1 victory over Jamaica.
"We have things to work on to make sure we're sharper next game, and the players know that".
In Monday's (Tuesday NZT) other game, Stina Blackstenius scored early in the second half as Sweden advanced to the quarterfinals with a 1-0 victory over Canada.
Clinical goalscoring like that could play a huge part as they look to advance in this tournament.
Sinclair is now just two goals away from matching the worldwide record set by former USA forward Abby Wambach.
The Americans breezed through group play, with shutout wins over Thailand (13-0), Chile (3-0) and Sweden (2-0). Nigeria, meanwhile, will be without left back Ngozi Ebere and midfielder Rita Chikwelu, both suspended for red cards they received in the last match, against France. Thaisa's goal pulled Brazil even just a little more than 10 minutes after Valerie Gauvin scored for France to open the second half in Le Havre. The 1999 finalist, China, awaits in the Round of 16 and is all that's standing in Italy's way from reaching a quarterfinal for the first time since 1991.