Hope Solo Injured In Warmups, Will Still Start 2011 Women's World Cup Semifinal For USA Vs. France

United States goalkeeper Hope Solo is arguably the best goalkeeper in the world. She's also about as tough as they come, as she's playing in the Women's World Cup not long after shoulder surgery. She's taken pain injections in her shoulder and played through them already, so it would likely take breaking or tearing something for Solo to miss a game. However, she might be a bit hampered tonight against France.

ESPN's Bob Holtzman has reported during the pre-game show that Solo tweaked her hamstring during warmups. She was worked on by trainers and continued her warm-up, but was reportedly showing signs of being in pain while going through her pre-game routine. Solo will still start the match, much to the surprise of absolutely no one, but her hamstring will be something to keep an eye on as the match progresses. France could test her with some dangerous through balls and long shots early on.

Check here for a list of places you can watch the match. We'll have live updates throughout in this StoryStream, but you can also follow @SBNationLIVE on twitter for live updates.    

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