Women’s World Cup Soccer Final Scores New Twitter Record With 7,196 Tweets Per Second (TechCrunch)

After an epic run, the U.S. women’s soccer team succumbed to Japan Sunday in the final of the Women’s World Cup tournament. And if you were paying attention to your Twitter stream, you may have seen an influx of tweets about the game, which ended in a penalty shootout. THR: Hollywood was glued to their television for the heated final match, and shared their reactions on Twitter. Mashable: Now that the game is over, people around the world are turning to the social Web to express their feelings on the game’s outcome. It’s a trending term on Google and a trending topic on Twitter. Forbes/ SportsMoney: Sunday was one of the most dramatic days of programming in the 32-year history of ESPN.

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