That exit was more tragic than anything the men's side have ever managed.
They did well but totally collapsed at the end. I was drawn into watching the game, it was a more interesting than I thought.
Some of the players were quite attractive and it was not two teams full of "Ruth Davidsons" as I had imagined
The standard is pretty poor right enough, easy to see why the women's international teams get hammered by local boys clubs etc.
Defending (to use the term loosely) is either totally static, or all defenders converge on the ball carrier (like a primary school game). The time the Argies hit the bar with a header, our full back didn't even jump for the ball. At half time the commentator criticised her positioning, but - amazing - not the fact she failed put a challenge in (even just to put the attacker off).
Tackling is largely absent from the game, with possession changing mainly due to loose passing.
Shooting is powder puff, but the goal keeping is the worst. Putting a stuffed gonk between the sticks would be about as effective.
Women's sport should be prominent / well funded etc - but you wonder why the TV companies don't fund eg hockey or netball.
Women's rugby or football will always be a very poor 2nd to men's, so why not show something different, they don't always need to copy what men do?
There would be the added bonus of giving the consumer more choice and raising interest in other sports.