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U.S. WNT goleó cómodamente 6-0 a Corea del Sur

CARY, Carolina del Norte (22 de octubre, 2017) – Sin guardarse nada, la U.S. WNT goleó 6-0 a Corea del Sur en su segundo amistoso ante la selección asiática en la semana.

Samantha Mewis, quien juega de local en el Sahlen’s Stadium con su club, el North Carolina Courage, brilló en su ‘casa’ y ante su ‘público’ con un doblete en los primeros 20 minutos que encaminaron a las barras y las estrellas a la goleada.

Al igual que en el partido del jueves pasado, la resistencia surcoreana se desvaneció mediante un tiro de esquina. El juego aéreo a balón parado fue ampliamente dominado por las estadounidenses quienes aprovecharon para anotar dos de los primeros cuatro goles por esa vía.

Después de los tantos de Mewis, vino un golazo de Christen Press y para cerrar los primeros 45 minutos, Julie Ertz anotó en una jugada de tiro de esquina – tal como lo había hecho hace tres días en Nueva Orleans.  

Para la segunda mitad, Jill Ellis hizo múltiples cambios, pero la sed de gol de la selección femenina de los EE.UU. no cesó.

Lynn Williams quien estuvo muy activa al frente, marcó el quinto gracias a un error defensivo y a la generosidad de Megan Rapinoe que le puso el gol en bandeja de plata.

Carli Lloyd estuvo muy cerca de marcar el sexto, pero termino siendo Allie Long la anotadora de la media docena tras una combinación con Lindsey Horan, su compañera en el Portland Thorns, con quien recientemente conquistó el campeonato de la NWSL (liga femenil de los Estados Unidos).

La U.S. WNT se notó sólida y lista para la serie de dos partidos que se le vienen en noviembre contra la selección de Canadá, una candente rivalidad con cartel de clásico.

Próximamente: La selección femenina de los Estados Unidos cerrara el año con un par de amistosos de alto calibre en noviembre, enfrentándose en el pasional clásico a Canadá por partida doble. Primero se verán las caras en Vancouver en el BC Place (lugar donde se coronaran campeonas del mundo en 2015) el 9 del próximo mes, y posteriormente el 12 en territorio californiano, en San Jose para ser precisos. El primer duelo lo podrás disfrutar a través de la señal de ESPN y UDN a las 7pm tiempo del pacifico, mientras que el segundo va por la señal de FS1 a las 6pm tiempo del pacifico.  

Resumen de Goles:

USA – Samantha Mewis, minuto 3: Tiro de esquina cobrado al segundo poste, donde llegó para cerrar la pinza con un martillazo de cabeza la mediocampista estadounidense.

USA – Samantha Mewis, minuto 20: Lindsey Horan por punta de la izquierda metió un tiro-centro con comba hacia adentro que nadie tocó y que la portera KANG Gaae rechazó tendiéndose abajo. Pero el rebote quedó libre en el área, y en el contrarrematé Mewis marcó su doblete. 

USA – Christen Press, minuto 35: Alex Morgan habilitó a Press para que quedara mano a mano con la última defensora coreana en la media luna del área. Press optó por pegarle de derecha en lugar de encarar a su marcadora, poniendo el balón cerca del ángulo superior.

USA – Julie Ertz, minuto 45+1: Nuevamente por medio de un tiro de esquina, USWNT encontró el fondo del arco cuando con un cobro a la altura del manchón penal, Horan ganó el cabezazo por elevación y lo recentro al área chica. En un segundo cabezazo, Ertz envió el balón a la red.

USA – Lynn Williams, minuto 61: La guardameta surcoreana salió jugando con su defensora más cercana en un saque de meta. Pero a la zaguera se le escabulló el pase y rápidamente Megan Rapinoe se avivo, se quedó con el balón, se metió al área y le puso tres cuartos de gol a Williams para que solo empujara y firmara su gol.

USA – Allie Long, minuto 83: Diagonal retrasada de Horan desde línea de fondo por izquierda que encontró a Long para que rematara de derecha y firmara su tanto.

Atajadas Claves y Jugadas Peligrosas:

USA – Christen Press, minuto 7: Desborde de Sofía Huerta por derecha para meter un centro bajo al primer poste al cual llegó Press rematando casi barriéndose, pero su intento se fue desviado.

USA – Lynn Williams, minuto 16: Tiro de esquina a segundo poste donde Williams se elevó para meter un cabezazo picado. La arquero KANG Gaae atajó lanzándose muy cerca de la base del poste.

KOR – LEE Geummin, minuto 41: JI Sunmi le filtró por el centro un balón entre líneas a la dorsal 11 quien se escapó a velocidad con tres defensoras en persecución. Geummin buscó definir con un disparo a media altura pero Ashlyn Harris atajó con un lance a su izquierda.

USA – Lynn Williams, minuto 62: En los linderos del área grande cargada por derecha, Williams metió un tiro cruzado y raso que se fue desviado por un costado.

USA – Carli Lloyd, minuto 78: Desborde de Williams por derecha, quien al llegar a línea de fondo envió un centro templado al cual llegó Lloyd para meter un frentazo que se estrelló en la base del poste.

USA – Carli Lloyd, minuto 80: Disparo de Lloyd desde el perímetro del área grande buscando anidarlo abajo cerca del primer poste, pero la portera de la ‘Marea Roja’ salvó con un lance.

KOR – LEE Eunmi, minuto 86: Tiro centro elevadísimo que iba bajando peligrosamente amenazando con meterse cerca del ángulo a segundo poste. Jane Campbell evitó que el intento de la surcoreana la techara y atajó a una mano.

- Resumen de Juego de la Selección Femenina de Estados Unidos -

Encuentro: Selección Femenina EE.UU. vs. República de Corea
Fecha: 22 de octubre, 2017
Torneo:  Amistoso Internacional
Sede: Sahlen's Stadium en WakeMed Soccer Park; Cary, N.C.
Inicio: 2 p.m. ET
Asistencia: 9,727
Clima: 77 grados Fahrenheit, soleado

Resumen de anotaciones:        1          2          F
USA                                         4          2          6
KOR                                         0          0          0

USA - Samantha Mewis (Abby Dahlkemper)       minuto 3
USA - Samantha Mewis                                       20
USA - Christen Press (Alex Morgan)                   35
USA - Julie Ertz (Lindsey Horan)                        45+1
USA - Lynn Williams (Megan Rapinoe)              61
USA - Allie Long (Lindsey Horan)                      83 

Alineaciones:
USA: 24-Ashlyn Harris (18-Jane Campbell, 46); 11-Sofía Huerta, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn (25-McCall Zerboni, 46), 7-Abby Dahlkemper, 14-Casey Short (10-Carli Lloyd, 64); 8-Julie Ertz, 9-Lindsey Horan, 3-Samantha Mewis (20-Allie Long, 46); 12-Lynn Williams, 13-Alex Morgan (19-Crystal Dunn, 46), 23-Christen Press (15-Megan Rapinoe, 46)
Suplentes No Utilizadas: 5-Kelley O'Hara
Directora Técnica: Jill Ellis

KOR: 1- KANG Gaae (21-KIM Minjung, 68); 8-CHO Sohyun (capt.), 19-KIM Hyeyeong (12-YOO Younga, 63), 6-PARK Chorong (2-LEE Eunmi, 46), 17-JANG Seulgi; 13-JI Sunmi, 22-HAN Chaerin (18-SON Hwayeon, 52), 9-JEON Gaeul (14-MOON Mira, 56), 7-LEE Mina, 23-JANG Chang (15-LEE Sodam, 46); 11-LEE Geummin
Suplentes No Utilizadas: 20-KIM Hyeri, 3-SHIN Damyeong, 4-SEO Hyunsook; 10-JI Soyun, 16-CHOE Yuri
Director Técnico: YOON Dukyeo 

Resumen estadístico: USA / KOR
Tiros: 185 / 9
Tiros al arco: 10 / 3
Atajadas: 2 / 3
Tiros de esquina: 10 / 2
Faltas: 14 / 16
Fueras de lugar: 4 / 1

Resumen de Penalidades:
USA - Lynn Williams (amonestación) minuto 68

Árbitros:
Árbitro: Sheena Dickson (CAN)
Árbitro Asistente 1: Ainsley Rochard (TRI)                                                                                 
Árbitro Asistente 2: Caleb Wales (TRI)
Cuarto Oficial: Christina Unkel (USA) 

Jugadora del Partido Budweiser: Lindsey Horan

 

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Espanol Oct 22, 2017

WNT Puts on a Show in 6-0 Defeat of Korea Republic in Cary, N.C.

CARY, North Carolina (Oct. 22, 2017) – The U.S. Women’s National Team completely dominated from start to finish in front of a near-sellout crowd at Sahlen’s Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park on Sunday evening to shutout Korea Republic 6-0 in the second game of a two-match series.

Five different players scored for the U.S. with midfielder Samantha Mewis tallying her first career brace by the 20th minute in the home stadium for her club team, the North Carolina Courage. Shortly after, Christen Press continued the party and made it 3-0. Julie Ertz also continued her fantastic goal-scoring form and added one in stoppage time to make it 4-0 at the half.

It was much of the same in the second 45 minutes and the five U.S. substitutions at the half quickly got to work with Megan Rapinoe and Lynn Williams combining for a fifth goal, and Lindsey Horan and Allie Long for a sixth.

Next, the U.S. WNT will conclude its 2017 schedule with a pair of friendlies against Canada on Nov. 9 (7 p.m. PT; ESPN2, UDN) at BC Place in Vancouver and Nov. 12 (6 p.m. PT, FS1) at Avaya Stadium in San Jose, Calif.

Goal Scoring Rundown:
USA – Samantha Mewis (Abby Dahlkemper), 3rd minute: Dahlkemper took a corner kick from the left side and sent a driven ball all the way to the far post where Mewis freed herself from a defender and powered a header into the back of the net to give the USA an early lead. USA 1, KOR 0. GOAL.

USA – Samantha Mewis, 20th minute: Lindsey Horan whipped in a cross from outside the penalty area and her attempt was punched out by Korea’s goalkeeper Kang Gaae. The ball bounced right to the charging Mewis, who hit first-time half-volley into the vacated net to seal her first career brace.
USA 2, KOR 0.
GOAL.

USA – Christen Press (Alex Morgan), 35th minute: On a nice U.S. build-up through the midfield, Morgan found Press near the top of the penalty area. She squared up on a defender, made space for a shot and whipped the ball brilliantly into the upper right corner for her third goal of 2017. USA 3, KOR 0. GOAL.

USA – Julie Ertz (Lindsey Horan), 45+1st minute: Abby Dahlkemper took a corner kick from the right side that was won by Lindsey Horan in the center of the box. She sent her header towards the right post and Ertz separated from her defender to nod a header down into the lower left corner from a sharp angle just seconds before the halftime whistle. USA 4, KOR 0. GOAL.

USA – Lynn Williams (Megan Rapinoe), 61st minute: Following a Korea defensive mishap, Rapinoe dribbled down the left side, glided past her defender, pulled the goalkeeper out and rolled the ball to Williams in the middle of the box for an easy tap-in to make it 5-0. USA 5, KOR 0. GOAL.

USA – Allie Long (Lindsey Horan), 83rd minute: Rapinoe saved a ball from going out of bounds on the right side and sent a shot parallel to the goal that the goalkeeper cleared towards the opposite side where Horan got a first touch and passed it towards an incoming Long inside the box who did well to send it to the back of the net for her third goal of the year. USA 6, KOR 0. GOAL. FINAL.

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Additional Notes:

  • Thirty-year-old McCall Zerboni earned her first WNT cap after entering the game at halftime. She joined the team on Saturday after forward Mallory Pugh suffered an injury on Oct. 19 and midfielder Andi Sullivan returned to Stanford to play in her weekend game. Zerboni, a veteran of seven professional clubs over two professional leagues, has been a key part of the success of the Western New York Flash in 2016 and the NC Courage in 2017. Zerboni is the 20th player to earn a first cap under U.S. head coach Jill Ellis.
  • Samantha Mewis scored her first career brace, with both goals coming in on the first half in her home stadium for the North Carolina Courage. She earned her 33rd cap today. Alongside Sauerbrunn, she is the only other player to be in the starting lineup of every game the WNT has played in 2017. She has played 1,102 minutes so far in 2017, the most besides Sauerbrunn.
  • Christen Press scored her third goal of 2017 today and 44th career score in her 94th career cap. She made her 14th appearance and seventh start of 2017. Press’ other two goals this year were the game-winner in Norway and then the goal that began the comeback for the U.S WNT against Brazil on July 30 at the Tournament of Nations. She hasn’t been in the starting lineup for every game, but along with Mewis and Sauerbrunn, she is the only one to have seen action in all 14 games for the WNT this year.
  • Julie Ertz scored her fifth goal of 2017 today – tied for the team lead with Alex Morgan. She earned her 55th cap. Ertz, who is playing as defensive midfielder, has excelled at the role. Ertz has 13 career goals for the WNT, all originating on or from set pieces. In the second half of today’s match, Ertz moved center back while Zerboni earned her first appearance as a defensive midfielder.
  • Allie Long scored her third goal of 2017 and her sixth career goal today – it was also the sixth of the game. Her two most recent goals before today came against Russia on April 6 of this year. This is her first goal scored with her feet; all previous ones had been on headers. She earned her 32nd cap after today. She did not dress for Thursday’s match against Korea Republic on Oct. 19.
  • Lynn Williams scored her third goal of the year and fourth of her career. It was her fourth career start in her eighth appearance of 2017.
  • Lindsey Horan earned her third and fourth assists of 2017 today in her fourth start of the year. It was her 11th appearance. She most recently scored for the U.S. on Sept. 19 against New Zealand in Cincinnati. She is tied with Mallory Pugh and Megan Rapinoe for the team lead in assists (4).
  • Rapinoe earned her fourth assist on Williams’ goal today, tied for the team lead with Pugh and Horan. She played 63 minutes against Korea on Oct. 19, getting the assist on the first goal of the game to Julie Ertz and scoring the third off a penalty kick after she was taken down in the box. It was her 34th career goal, pulling her to within one goal of tying April Heinrichs and Sydney Leroux on the all-time goals list.
  • Goalkeeper Jane Campbell, who took over the starting spot for the Dash and is playing well in her rookie year in the NWSL, earned her second cap today, coming in on the 46th minute to play the entire second half and maintain the shutout. She had earned her first cap on April 9 in Houston.
  • Alex Morgan earned her first assist of 2017 on Press’ goal. She made her 12th appearance of 2017 and 11th start.
  • Abby Dahlkemper earned her first career assist today on Mewis’ first goal of the day. She entered double digits in caps on Thursday and made her 11th career appearance today for the WNT in what was her eighth career start. The 2017 NWSL Defender of the Year made her debut for the U.S. about one year ago, on Oct. 19, 2016, against Switzerland in Utah, and earned her first start against Norway on June 11, playing all 90 minutes to help the U.S. defense claim a shutout in Sandefjord.
  • Captaining the USA today was Becky Sauerbrunn who made her 14th start and appearance of the year. She is one of only two players – Samantha Mewis being the other – to feature in every starting lineup this year. She has played the most minutes of any player on the team with 1,170.
  • Ashlyn Harris earned her 14th cap today and third start of 2017. It was her first start since April 9 in Houston when she played for 74 minutes before being substituted for Jane Campbell. Harris was sidelined for much of the summer due to a quad injury but returned to action for her club in August and helped lead them into a first playoff appearance.
  • Sofia Huerta earned her first career start today. She made her debut and got her first assist for the U.S. WNT on Sept. 15 in Colorado after entering the match in the 51st minute. FIFA approved her change of association on Sept. 14, making her available for immediate selection to the U.S. This was her third cap.
  • Casey Short made her 12th start of this year and 13th appearance. It was her 17th career cap. She made her debut for the USA just about a year ago on Oct. 19, 2016.
  • Not dressing for this match: G Alyssa Naeher.

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WNT Oct 22, 2017

Lineup Notes: WNT Finishes Two-Game Set vs. Korea Republic in Cary, N.C.

USA vs. Korea Republic
Date: Oct. 22, 2017
Venue: Sahlen’s Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park
Broadcast: ESPN
Kickoff: 2 p.m. ET

Tonight’s Starting XI vs. Korea Republic: 24-Ashlyn Harris; 11-Sofia Huerta, 7-Abby Dahlkemper, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn (capt.), 14-Casey Short; 8-Julie Ertz, 9-Lindsey Horan, 3-Samantha Mewis; 23-Christen Press, 13-Alex Morgan, 12-Lynn Williams 

Subs: 5-Kelley O’Hara, 10-Carli Lloyd, 15-Megan Rapinoe, 18-Jane Campbell; 19-Crystal Dunn, 20-Allie Long, 25-McCall Zerboni

  • Captaining the USA tonight is Becky Sauerbrunn who is set to make her 14th start and appearance of the year. She is one of only two players – Samantha Mewis being the other – to feature in every starting lineup this year. She has played the most minutes of any player on the team with 1,125.
  • Ashlyn Harris earn her 14th cap today and third start of 2017. It’s her first start since April 9 in Houston when she played for 74 minutes before being substituted for Jane Campbell. Harris was sidelined for much of the summer due to a quad injury but returned to action for her club in August and helped lead them into a first playoff appearance.
  • Sofia Huerta earns her first career start today. She made her debut and got her first assist for the U.S. WNT on Sept. 15 in Colorado after entering the match in the 51st minute. FIFA approved her change of association on Sept. 14, making her available for immediate selection to the U.S. WNT. This will be her third cap.
  • Casey Short will make her 12th start of this year and 13th appearance. It will be her 17th career cap. She made her debut for the USA just about a year ago on Oct. 19, 2016.
  • Abby Dahlkemper entered double digits in caps on Thursday and will make her 11th career appearance today for the WNT in what will be her eighth career start. The 2017 NWSL Defender of the Year made her debut for the U.S. about one year ago, on Oct. 19, 2016, against Switzerland in Utah, and earned her first start against Norway on June 11, playing all 90 minutes to help the U.S. defense claim a shutout in Sandefjord.
  • Samantha Mewis will earn her 33rd cap today. Alongside Sauerbrunn, she is the only other player to be in the starting lineup of every game the WNT has played in 2017. She has played 1,057 minutes so far in 2017, the most besides Sauerbrunn.
  • Julie Ertz will earn her 55th cap tonight. Ertz, who is playing as defensive midfielder, has excelled at the role and has found the back of the net four times this year, most recently against Korea Republic on Oct. 19 in New Orleans. Ertz has 12 career goals for the WNT, all originating on or from set pieces.
  • Lindsey Horan, who scored the game-winning goal for the Portland Thorns in the 2017 NWSL Championship, will make her 11th appearance of the year for the USA. She most recently scored for the U.S. on Sept. 19 against New Zealand in Cincinnati. It will be her fourth start of 2017.
  • Christen Press makes her 14th appearance and seventh start of 2017. Press has scored two goals this year, first the game-winner in Norway and then the goal that began the comeback for the U.S WNT against Brazil on July 30 at the Tournament of Nations. She has 43 career goals. She hasn’t been in the starting lineup for every game, but along with Mewis and Sauerbrunn, she is the only player to have seen action in all 14 games for the U.S. WNT this year.
  • Lynn Williams will make her fourth career start in her eighth appearance this year. She has three career goals, with her latest coming on Sept. 19 against New Zealand in Cincinnati.
  • Alex Morgan makes her 12th appearance of 2017 and 11th start. She scored 28 seconds into the second half against New Zealand on Sept. 19 and again in the 69th minute of the game for her third and fourth goals of 2017. She then continued her streak and scored on Oct. 19 against Korea Republic to make it four straight WNT games with at least one goal. Now with 78, Morgan is in sole possession of seventh place on the all-time scoring list for the WNT. The game on Sept. 19 was her 18th multi-goal game of her career.
  • On tonight’s bench: D Kelley O’Hara, M Carli Lloyd, F Megan Rapinoe, G Jane Campbell, F Crystal Dunn, M Allie Long, M McCall Zerboni.
  • The 30-year-old Zerboni has earned her first WNT call-up, joining the team on Saturday after forward Mallory Pugh suffered an injury on Oct. 19 and midfielder Andi Sullivan returned to Stanford to play in her weekend game. Zerboni, a veteran of seven professional clubs over two professional leagues, has been a key part of the success of the Western New York Flash in 2016 and the North Carolina Courage in 2017. If she gets on the field, it will be her first cap.
  • Not dressing for this match: G Alyssa Naeher.
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WNT Oct 22, 2017
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