Even before the U.S. scored its 123rd-minute extra-time winner to beat Canada 4-3 and advance to the Olympic women's soccer final, Canada was accusing the match's referee of collusion. A rare time-wasting call on Canada goalkeeper Erin McLeod and a handball call on the ensuing indirect free kick led to an 80th-minute penalty kick for the U.S.'s Abby Wambach, which put the score at 3-3 and sent the match to extra time. "The ref decided the result before the game started," said Canada's hat-trick scoring Christine Sinclair after her side was eliminated. "If the United States were honest they'd know they got lucky," added Canada coach John Herdman. But newly re-examined images from the match reveal that Canada got a bit lucky in places itself.