It has been an eventful 13 months for Canadian forward Evelyne Viens since being taken fifth overall by Sky Blue FC in the 2020 NWSL draft, and the L’Ancienne-Lorette, Que., native won her first two caps coming off the bench at the SheBelieves Cup in Orlando.
In their first game action in nearly a year, it was a mixed bag for the Canadian women's soccer team at the SheBelieves Cup. CBC Sports' Signa Butler examines some of the burning questions following the team's 1-2 performance in the competition.
Portland Thorns captain Christine Sinclair leads the list of 10 Canadians allocated to the NWSL in 2021. Allocated players have their salaries paid by Canada Soccer or the U.S. Soccer Federation. There are a total of 32 allocated players this year with the other 22 coming from the U.S.
Canada paid for some slack defending in the first half Wednesday, beaten 2-0 by Brazil in the SheBelieves Cup.