This Girls might be the most brutal woman in the soccer history due to what her do in the soccer field. after i watch the video of elizabeth lambert. Female soccer player Elizabeth Lambert has been the topic of many soccer fans conversations recently, after a video of her yanking a rival player to the ground by her hair, managed to find its way onto the YouTube website.
According to thesun.co.uk, the college women’s player lost her rag quite a bit recently, while playing for the University of New Mexico, against Brigham Young University. Lambert was seen kicking and punching her opponents.
But it appears that Elizabeth has apologized for her appalling behavior. She was believed to have said, “I am deeply and wholeheartedly regretful for my actions.” She then went on to say that her actions were uncalled for.
Lambert's actions brought unprecedented – and very unwanted – attention to the Mountain West women's soccer tournament.
Video highlights have been airing nationally since Thursday night and not because it was a thrilling game decided on Carlee Payne's header in the 31st minute. The focus of the highlights is more on Lambert's physical play, especially her takedown of BYU's Kassidy Shumway by grabbing her ponytail and pulling her backward.
New Mexico moved quickly to announce Friday that Lambert has been suspended indefinitely. The Mountain West followed with a statement commending the Lobos for acting promptly.
"Liz is a quality student-athlete, but in this instance her actions clearly crossed the line of fair play and good sportsmanship," New Mexico coach Kit Vela said.
Lambert was the only player to be penalized in the game, getting a yellow card in the 77th minute for colliding with a BYU player who was driving toward the Lobos' net. The highlights showed the game was physical in both directions, including an elbow to Lambert's ribs by a BYU player during a dead ball.
Lambert responded with an elbow to the back, one of many regrettable plays she made in the game.
"This is in no way indicative of my character or the soccer player I am," Lambert said in her apology. "I am sorry to my coaches and teammates for any and all damages I have brought upon them. I am especially sorry to BYU and the BYU women's soccer players that were personally affected by my actions."