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United States won its second straight FIFA Women's World Cup (and 4th title overall) by defeating Netherlands 2-0 in the final match. The match went scoreless in the first half but it was USA's Megan Rapinoe who got things going by scoring on a penalty kick at the 60 minute mark. And just eight minutes later Rose Lavelle got a midfield assist and worked the ball all the way inside the box and hit the back of the net to bring USA to a 2-0 lead that was never challenged.
The United States beat England in the semi finals of the 2019 Women's World Cup, 2-1. On her 30th birthday, Alex Morgan scored the winning goal for the United States, following Alyssa Naeher penalty save. England put up a stiff resistance. The United States scored the first goal, and then England caught up with a shot from Ellen White, tying the game 1-1. Alex Morgan was able to put the U.S.A back in the lead 30 minutes into the match. England almost tied the match 2-2, but the goal was ruled out due to a narrow offside call.
USA's Megan Rapinoe scored both goals against France in their quarter-final match-up in the 2019 Women's World Cup, lifting her team to a 2-1 victory to advance to the semi-final round. Rapinoe's first goal came just 4 minutes into play where her inbounds kick went past everyone to the back of the net. She scored again 64 minutes into play, an assist from teammate Heath. France answered 80 minutes in, a header from Wendie Renard but that would be their lone goal.
United States outlasted Spain in the knockout stage of the 2019 Women's World Cup, winning the match 2-1 to advance to the quarter-finals. In the first 6 minutes of play USA earned a penalty kick and Megan Rapinoe scored. Spain responded just 3 minutes later with Jenni Hermoso scoring after an error by USA's goalkeeper and defender. The match was scoreless until another penalty kick by Megan Rapinoe was scored at the 75 minute mark and that goal ended up deciding the match.
United States beat Sweden, 2-0 in Group Stage Match 3 of the 2019 Women’s World Cup. Both teams were already going to the last 16, but the United States added to their impressive run of the tournament.Three minutes into the match, the United States had their first goal. It wasn't until a the second half, where a shot was made by the United States that bounced off of Sweden's Keeper Jonna Andersson. A review was called on the shot, which resulted in the goal being awarded to the USA as an own goal made by Andersson.
United States beat Chile 3-0 in the 2nd group stage match of the 2019 Women's World Cup to advance to the Round of 16. Carli Lloyd started things off for USA as a floater near the goal was headed in defense by Chile and rebounded by Lloyd and then kicked in for a goal from the top center line of the box 10 minutes in. Julie Ertz headed in the second goal from a far inbounds pass at the 25 minute mark and Carli Lloyd did the exact same thing for the third and final goal of the match 34 minutes into play.
The United States landed a crushing defeat to Thailand, and their biggest victory ever at the 2019 Women's World Cup, 13-0. It was the largest margin of victory in the history of World Cup, as well as the most goals scored in a single World Cup Match. USA outshot Thailand, 39-2. Alex Morgan made 5 goals, which tied a team record. Rose Lavelle and Sam Mewis had two goals a piece as well. Thailand wasn't able to hold off the unrelenting flurry of goals made by the United States offense, which resulted in a decisive victory for the USA.
United States defeated Jamaica 3-1 in the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup semi final match to advance the finals to take on Mexico. Eight minutes in USA's Weston Mckennie took a pass near the goal and punched it into the back of the net. Mckennie was a part of the next goal 51 minutes in as he passed the ball from midfield to Jordan Morris who's kick was rejected by Mexico's goalkeeper but Christian Pullisic got the rebound and scored. Pullisic scored on yet another rejected score attempt 86 minutes in to secure the victory.
USA's lone goal from Westin Mckennie in this quarterfinal match against Curacao in the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup was enough to propel the USMNT team into the semi finals, with a final score of 1-0. Mckennie scored a header 25 minutes into play, a pass from Christian Pulisic from the far left sidelines. USA had many solid attempts at the goal throughout but didn't capitalize again though they held off Curacao from scoring at all and dominated time of possession. USA will face Jamaica in the semis.
A brilliant bicycle kick by USA's Jozy Altidore gave his team the win in this third group stage match against Panama in 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup and USA advanced to the knockout stage. The match was goal free until 65 minutes into the action when a high inbounds kick was headed near the goal by USA, headed in defense by Panama and landed just in front of Altidore, who was standing right in front of the goal and laid out completely to score on an acrobatic bicycle kick. USA won 1-0.
United States won its second group stage match against Trinidad and Tobago in the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup 6-0. This was considered a revenge match for USMNT from the Tinidad and Tobago loss that stopped them from getting into the 2018 World Cup. The first goal came 40 minutes in, a header by Aaron Long. The second half saw a fury of goals by USA - two from Gyasi Zardes 65 and 68 minutes in, a goal from Christian Pulisic at minute 72, a tap in from Paul Arriola at 77 minutes and another by Long at 89 minutes.
United States won their opening match in the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup against Guyana 4-0. The first score came 27 minutes in when Paul Arriola maneuvered around 2 defenders from inside the box. USA's Tyler Boyd was the player of the match, scoring twice. The first came at 50 minutes from a mid field pass which Boyd kicked in strong from the right side. The second a very strong kick from the top of the box 80 minutes in. Gyasi Zardes scored a header off a defender's rebound 55 minutes in as well.