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WNT Punches Ticket to Rio With 5-0 Win Against Trinidad & Tobago

HOUSTON, Texas (Feb. 19, 2016) – The U.S. Women’s National Team earned a berth to its sixth consecutive Olympic Games with a 5-0 win against Trinidad & Tobago in the semifinal of the 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship at BBVA Compass Stadium.

Canada earned CONCACAF’s other spot with a 3-1 victory against Costa Rica in the other semifinal and will meet the United States in the tournament’s championship game on Sunday, Feb. 21 at 4 p.m. CT live on NBC Universo and NBC Live Extra, and on replay at 10 p.m. CT on NBCSN.

Alex Morgan’s third career hat trick led the way for the USA as she scored once in the first half and twice in the second while Tobin Heath and Carli Lloyd also tallied. Lloyd increased her goals in Olympic Qualifying to 12 and is two goals away from tying Abby Wambach’s record of 14 goals career goals in this tournament.

Hope Solo earned her 94th shutout and recorded her 143rd win, further extending her U.S. records.

On the other end, T&T goalkeeper Kimika Forbes made more than a few excellent saves to keep the score down.

Goal Scoring Rundown:
USA – Tobin Heath (Mallory Pugh), 12th minute:
Mallory Pugh sprinted past a defender down the left flank and cut a pass on the ground back into the middle. Heath made a hard run into the box and beat her defender to the ball to send a powerful spinning left-footed strike into the right side of the net. The goal was Heath’s first since the 2015 Women’s World Cup Final against Japan, USA1, TRI 0 (SEE GOAL)

USA – Alex Morgan (Lindsey Horan), 30th minute: Kelley O’Hara sent a fantastic cross from the right side that Lindsey Horan got under near the far post and headed the ball back into the middle where Alex Morgan was waiting. Morgan used the inside of her left foot to tap it home for her 60th international goal. USA 2, TRI 0. (SEE GOAL)

USA – Carli Lloyd (Morgan Brian), 43rd minute: Morgan Brian took a USA corner kick from the right and Carli Lloyd met the cross in the middle of the box to send a powerful header that slipped through the arms and legs of kneeling T&T goalkeeper Kimika Forbes, who up until then had a fantastic game. USA 3, TRI 0 (SEE GOAL).

USA – Alex Morgan, 71st minute: Samantha Mewis headed the ball on goal but T&T defender Jennelle Cunningham was able to clear the ball off the goal line. Alex Morgan jumped on the clearance inside the six-yard box and again headed it on goal but Cunningham once again cleared it out, this time with her head. Morgan then pounced on the second rebound and this time to blasted home a left-footed shot for her second goal of the match. USA 4, TRI 0. (SEE GOAL)

USA – Alex Morgan (Morgan Brian), 72nd minute: Julie Johnston passed the ball to Morgan Brian who was just outside the penalty area. Brian the crossed it to the middle of the area where Alex Morgan volleyed it inside of the right post to complete her third career hat trick. USA 5, TRI 0 (SEE GOAL) FINAL.

Key Saves and Defensive Stops
TRI – Kimika Forbes, 3rd minute:
Meghan Klingenberg slipped a pass into the penalty area for Alex Morgan on the left side. Morgan fired hard and low, but Kimika Forbes did a great job to put her body in front of the ball and blocked the attempt with her legs to keep the game scoreless early on.

TRI – Kimika Forbes, 22nd minute: Carli Lloyd outran a pair of defenders into the box and blasted a powerful attempt to the middle of the net but Kimika Forbes was once again alert batted the ball away.

TRI – Kimika Forbes, 29th minute: Carli Lloyd fed Alex Morgan into the left side of the penalty area, but Forbes once again used her body well to block the shot with her legs.

Next on the Schedule: The U.S. WNT will face Canada in the title game of the 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship on Sunday, Feb. 21 at 4 p.m. CT. The U.S. has qualified for its sixth consecutive Olympics and will attempt to win the CONCACAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Championship for the fourth consecutive time. The championship final will match can be viewed live NBC Universo and NBC Live Extra, and on replay at 10 p.m. CT on NBCSN.

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Additional Notes:

  • The U.S. WNT extended its streak to nine consecutive games in CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying without allowing a goal, dating back to the Final of the 2008 Qualifying tournament when the U.S. tied Canada 1-1 on April 12, 2008 and went on to win in penalty kicks 6-5.
  • The USA has never lost a match in Olympic Qualifying, but did tie Canada 1-1 in the title game of the 2008 tournament before prevailing in penalty kicks. It remains unbeaten in all-time CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying with a 17-0-1 record.
  • Tonight’s match was the second consecutive start for Kelley O’Hara and Mallory Pugh after both were in the starting XI against Puerto Rico on Feb. 15. It was also Pugh’s second career start.
    • Johnston and Horan played in their third Olympic qualifier. They both made their Olympic Qualifying debut against Costa Rica on Feb. 10. Samantha Mewis played in her second Olympic Qualifying match when she came in for Horan in the 60th minute.
    • With tonight’s start, five players in the lineup have now seen action in every game so far in the tournament: Lloyd, Morgan, Brian, Klingenberg and Pugh. Lloyd is the only one to have started every match so far in the tournament. Dunn and Press, who came in as subs in the second half in the 66th and 59th, have also played in all four matches.
    • Lloyd and Brian, who play for the NWSL’s Houston Dash, played in their home venue, BBVA Compass Stadium and combined for the USA’s third goal.
    • Lloyd is the only player at this year’s Olympic Qualifying tournament to have scored in all four games.
    • Morgan’s hat trick was her first since Nov. 28, 2012, against Ireland.
    • Seven players on the roster have scored a goal in an Olympic Qualifying match for the USA: Lloyd (12), Morgan (9), Dunn (6), Heath (4), Press (3), O’Hara (1) and Mewis (1).
    • Heath’s goal marked her 13th international score.
    • Dunn, Morgan and Lloyd lead the scoring in this year’s tournament with six, five and four goals, respectively.
    • Sauerbrunn made her 99th appearance for the WNT, and could hit the century mark if she plays on Sunday’s championship match.
    • Pugh is the youngest player ever named to a U.S. Olympic Qualifying roster. She also became the youngest female player in WNT history to play in an Olympic qualifier match at 17 years, 9 months and 12 days old when she came on for Dunn in the 68th minute against Costa Rica on Feb. 10. She recorded her first career assist against Puerto Rico on Feb. 15. She assisted on another goal in tonight’s match.

Milestone Watch:

  • Carli Lloyd leads the team with 13 all-time Olympic Qualifying appearances. With 12 Olympic Qualifying goals scored, Lloyd is two goals behind Abby Wambach’s U.S. record of 14 goals in Olympic Qualifying. Alex Morgan has nine tallies and Crystal Dunn has six.
  • Lloyd earned her 216th cap tonight while Hope Solo recorded her 189th, extending her own record for a U.S. goalkeeper.
  • Lloyd has now scored 86 international goals and remains in sixth place on the WNT’s all-time scoring list. Lloyd has scored 23 goals in the USA’s last 18 matches starting with the Round of 16 game vs. Colombia at the 2015 Women’s World Cup.
  • With her tally in the 30th minute, Morgan tied Shannon MacMillan for eighth on the USA’s all-time scoring list. She then scored two more and with 62 goals now has sole possession of eighth place.
  • Solo played in her 11th Olympic Qualifying match, earning her 94th shutout tonight and 143rd wins.

- U.S. Women’s National Team Match Report – 

Match: U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Trinidad & Tobago
Date: Feb. 19, 2016
Competition: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying – Semifinals
Venue: BBVA Compass Stadium; Houston, Texas
Kickoff: 7:30 p.m. CT
Attendance: 5,561
Weather: 69 degrees, clear

Scoring Summary:   1          2          F
USA                            3          2          5
TRI                              0          0          0

USA – Tobin Heath (Mallory Pugh)                            12th minute
USA – Alex Morgan (Lindsay Horan)                         30
USA – Carli Lloyd (Morgan Brian)                              43
USA – Alex Morgan                                                    71
USA – Alex Morgan (Morgan Brian)                          73

Lineups:
USA: 1-Hope Solo; 5-Kelley O'Hara, 8-Julie Johnston, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 7-Meghan Klingenberg; 14-Morgan Brian, 9-Lindsey Horan (3-Samantha Mewis, 60), 17-Tobin Heath, 10-Carli Lloyd (capt.) (16-Crystal Dunn, 66), 2-Mallory Pugh (12-Christen Press, 59); 13-Alex Morgan
Subs Not Used: 6-Emily Sonnett, 11-Ali Krieger, 15-Stephanie McCaffrey, 18-Ashlyn Harris, 19-Jaelene Hinkle, 20-Alyssa Naeher
Head coach: Jill Ellis

TRI: 1-Kimika Forbes; 2-Jenelle Cunningham, 4-Danielle Blair, 5-Arin King, 6-Khadidra Debesette, 8-Victoria Swift (11-Janine Francois, 68), 9-Maylee Attin-Johnson (capt.), 10-Tasha St. Louis (3-Mariah Shade, 72), 12-Ahkeela Mollon, 14-Karyn Forbes, 19-Kennya Cordner
Subs Not Used: 7-Kayla Taylor, 13-Naomie Guerra, 15-Lian Hinds, 16-Jo Marie Lewis, 17-Anastasia Prescott, 18-Shalette Alexander, 20-Saundra Baron
Head coach: Richard Hood

Stats Summary: USA / TRI
Shots: 27 / 1
Shots on Goal: 15 / 0
Saves:  0 / 9
Corner Kicks: 10 / 0
Fouls: 10 / 9
Offside: 7 / 0

Misconduct Summary:
TRI – Tasha St. Louis (caution)                27th minute

Officials:
Referee: Tatiana Guzman (NCA)
Assistant Referee 1: Mayling Chavarria (NCA)
Assistant Referee 2: Princess Brown (JAM)
4th Official: Quetzalli Alvarado (MEX)

Budweiser Woman of the Match: Alex Morgan

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- U.S. Women’s National Team Match Report -

Match: U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Trinidad & Tobago
Date: Feb. 19, 2016
Competition: 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying – Semifinals
Venue: BBVA Compass Stadium; Houston, Texas
Kickoff: 7:30 p.m. CT
Attendance: 5,561
Weather: 69 degrees, clear

Scoring Summary:       1          2          F
USA                             3          2          5
TRI                               0          0          0

USA – Tobin Heath (Mallory Pugh)                                  12th minute
USA – Alex Morgan (Lindsay Horan)                                30
USA – Carli Lloyd (Morgan Brian)                                    43
USA – Alex Morgan                                                       71
USA – Alex Morgan (Morgan Brian)                                 73

Lineups:
USA: 1-Hope Solo; 5-Kelley O'Hara, 8-Julie Johnston, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 7-Meghan Klingenberg; 14-Morgan Brian, 9-Lindsey Horan (3-Samantha Mewis, 60), 17-Tobin Heath, 10-Carli Lloyd (capt.) (16-Crystal Dunn, 66), 2-Mallory Pugh (12-Christen Press, 59); 13-Alex Morgan
Subs Not Used: 6-Emily Sonnett, 11-Ali Krieger, 15-Stephanie McCaffrey, 18-Ashlyn Harris, 19-Jaelene Hinkle, 20-Alyssa Naeher
Head coach: Jill Ellis

TRI: 1-Kimika Forbes; 2-Jenelle Cunningham, 4-Danielle Blair, 5-Arin King, 6-Khadidra Debesette, 8-Victoria Swift (11-Janine Francois, 68), 9-Maylee Attin-Johnson (capt.), 10-Tasha St. Louis (3-Mariah Shade, 72), 12-Ahkeela Mollon, 14-Karyn Forbes, 19-Kennya Cordner
Subs Not Used: 7-Kayla Taylor, 13-Naomie Guerra, 15-Lian Hinds, 16-Jo Marie Lewis, 17-Anastasia Prescott, 18-Shalette Alexander, 20-Saundra Baron
Head coach: Richard Hood

Stats Summary: USA / TRI
Shots: 27 / 1
Shots on Goal: 15 / 0
Saves:  0 / 9
Corner Kicks: 10 / 0
Fouls: 10 / 9
Offside: 7 / 0

Misconduct Summary:
TRI – Tasha St. Louis (caution)                     27th minute

Officials:
Referee: Tatiana Guzman (NCA)
Assistant Referee 1: Mayling Chavarria (NCA)
Assistant Referee 2: Princess Brown (JAM)
4th Official: Quetzalli Alvarado (MEX)

Budweiser Woman of the Match: Alex Morgan

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US Soccer

New Zealand Confirmed as USA's Final Countdown to the Cup Opponent

New Zealand has been confirmed as the opponent for the U.S. Women’s National Team’s game on May 16 at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. 

The addition of New Zealand to the USA’s 2019 schedule means that eight of the 10 Countdown to the Cup opponents will be at the World Cup next summer and that the USA will play teams from all six FIFA Confederations: Europe, Asia, South America, Africa, Oceania and Concacaf before heading to France.

2019 U.S. WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM SCHEDULE

COUNTDOWN TO THE CUP

Date

Opponent

Kickoff

Venue; City

Jan. 19

France

2:30 p.m. ET

Stade Océane; Le Havre, France

Jan. 22

Spain

2:30 p.m. ET

Estadio José Rico Perez; Alicante, Spain

Feb. 27

Japan – SheBelieves Cup

7 p.m. ET

Talen Energy Stadium; Chester, Pa.

March 2

England – SheBelieves Cup

3:30 p.m. CT

Nissan Stadium; Nashville, Tenn.

March 5

Brazil – SheBelieves Cup

8 p.m. ET

Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, Fla.

April 4

Australia

7 p.m. MT

Dick’s Sporting Goods Park; Commerce City, Colo.

April 7

Belgium

6 p.m. PT

Banc of California Stadium; Los Angeles, Calif.

May 12

South Africa – Send-Off Series, Presented by Volpi Foods

1:30 p.m. PT

Levi’s Stadium; Santa Clara, Calif.

May 16

New Zealand – Send-Off Series, Presented by Volpi Foods

7 p.m. CT

Busch Stadium; St. Louis, Mo.

May 26

Mexico – Send-Off Series, Presented by Volpi Foods

12 p.m. ET

Red Bull Arena; Harrison, N.J.

2019 FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP

June 11

Thailand - 2019 WWC

3 p.m. ET

Auguste Delaune Stadium; Reims, France

June 16

Chile – 2019 WWC

12 p.m. ET

Parc des Princes; Paris, France

June 20

Sweden – 2010 WWC

3 p.m. ET

Stade Océane; Le Havre, France

DID YOU KNOW...

  • New Zealand is coached by former Australia and USA head coach Tom Sermanni.
  • The Football Ferns recently won the Oceania Women’s Cup in dominating fashion, outscoring its opponents 43-0 over five games to qualify for the 2019 World Cup.
  • The USA most recently played New Zealand in a pair of friendlies in 2017, winning both games by 3-1 and 5-0 scores. Before then, the WNT beat the New Zealand, 2-0, in group play at the 2016 Olympics.

  • New Zealand was also the USA’s opponent at Busch Stadium during its preparation for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, winning 4-0 on a special afternoon in front of more than 35,000 fans as St. Louis native Lori Chalupny scored one of the goals.
  • The match will mark the 14th time the U.S. WNT has played at a baseball park, but it will be just its fourth game at a Major League Baseball venue. 

COUNTDOWN TO THE CUP TICKETS
Tickets for USA vs. New Zealand and all eight domestic matches of Countdown to the Cup, go on sale to the public Thursday, Dec. 13 through ussoccer.com at 10 a.m. local time for that venue. Groups of 20 or more can order directly at ussoccer.com.

For all eight domestic matches of Countdown to the Cup, Ultimate Fan Tickets (special VIP packages that include a premium ticket, a custom-made official U.S. National Team jersey with name and number, VIP access to the field before and after the game, and other unique benefits) are also available exclusively through ussoccer.com.

Coaches Circle and Presidents Circle members supporting the U.S. Soccer Development Fund can receive individual customer support and concierge services for their ticketing needs. Contact circles@ussoccer.org for more information.
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U.S. Soccer Fan Week Celebrates Supporters of the U.S. National Teams

CHICAGO (Dec. 10, 2018) – U.S. Soccer is proud to celebrate our passionate National Team fans with the second annual U.S. Soccer Fan Week. The week-long celebration showcases and thanks U.S. Soccer fans for their commitment and support of U.S. Soccer’s National Teams.

This year’s Fan Week officially kicks off today with a free Open House Tour of the National Development Center in Kansas City, Kansas, from 4-7 p.m. CT. Space is limited and supporters who wish to attend must RSVP. Fans can also RESERVE their spot to experience the new National Soccer Hall of Fame in Frisco, TX  for an Open House Tour on Wednesday, Dec. 12.

Fan week will continue through Friday, Dec. 14, with daily offers at the official U.S. Soccer Store announced on U.S. Soccer social media platforms as well as a suite of daily giveaways from U.S. Soccer and its participating partners Cutter Insect Repellent, Thorne, Continental, STATSports and Johnson & Johnson. Additionally, there will also be special messages from National Team players, exclusive content spotlighting some of U.S. Soccer’s biggest fans, and an all new Fan Scarf Design Contest (Dec. 5-12).

The annual contest to find the Best Fan in the U.S. also returns. Fans are encouraged to submit their nominations throughout the week, share what they love about U.S. Soccer and make their case to be the Best of U.S. Fan 2018; #BestofUS2018. National Team players will vote to determine U.S. Soccer’s Best Fan, and the winner, to be announced on Friday, will receive a “Golden Ticket” that grants admission to all 2019 U.S. Soccer controlled friendly matches.

To take part in the U.S. Soccer Fan Week festivities, follow U.S. Soccer’s Facebook page and @ussoccer on Twitter and Instagram using #FanWeek2018.

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US Soccer

BTC: At Home & Abroad, Jessica Malone Takes Her True Colors to the UK

In this episode of Behind the Crest, Presented by Volpi Foods, we caught up with Jessica Malone, a U.S. Soccer Member and Fan Council representative who embraced the unique circumstance of the U.S. WNT & the U.S. MNT both playing in the United Kingdom in a span of three days to take a trip across the pond and show her support for both teams.
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Dec 10, 2018
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U-20 WNT Takes Down China PR 1-0 at 2018 Women's Nike International Friendlies

LAKEWOOD RANCH, Fla. (Dec. 9, 2018) – The U.S. Under-20 Women’s National Team defeated China 1-0 in its final match at the 2018 Women’s Nike International Friendlies. The USA broke through in the 51st minute when Alexa Spaanstra pounced on a ball in the box and teed-up Isabella Cook for the game-winning goal from close range, cementing the USA’s first victory of the new U-20 cycle.

The USA got cooking quickly with a few chances in the early-going, but the well-organized China defense kept the U.S. off the scoreboard despite the Americans dictating the attack and holding the majority of possession. After forward Samantha Kroeger put a header on frame in the third and defender Maycee Bell hit a shot wide in the fifth, the U.S. struggled to get the ball into the box against a sound China back line.

China tried to strike on the counterattack, and forward Yao Mengjia often proved the turn-key as a strong, fast presence up top.

After scoring an impressive goal against France, Kroeger once again made an impact against China, helping to spark a number of U.S. attacks. In the 19th, she kept a free kick alive with a ball to Rebecca Jarrett, whose shot was just deflected off the foot of defender Han Huimin. Bell and the U.S. back line held strong against China’s counter, while the U.S. sprung some quick strikes of its own that created solid chances, in particular through Player of the Match, Brianna Pinto who hit the crossbar and helped get things going in the midfield.

The U-20s found their breakthrough in the second half after China had done well to clear almost any entry pass into the box. Forward Alexa Spaanstra pounced when China allowed a rebound in dangerous territory. As she evaded a number of sliding defenders in congestion near the end line, she got the ball to Cook just above the six-yard-box, where she chipped it just beneath the crossbar for the game’s opening goal.

While the USA continued to take the initiative on the attack throughout the rest of the half, China pushed hard for an equalizer in the game’s last 10 minutes. The U.S. defense held strong as China teed off on a set of dangerous corner kicks, but ultimately secure the 1-0 clean sheet win.

The 2018 Women’s Nike Friendlies will conclude on Tues., Dec. 11, as China takes on France. France is in the driver’s seat heading into the competition’s final game, needing just a draw to clinch the trophy.

2018 Women’s Nike International Friendlies Standings

Team

W

L

D

GF

GA

GD

Pts.

France

1

0

0

2

1

1

3

USA

1

1

0

2

2

0

3

China

0

1

0

0

1

-1

0

Goal Scoring Rundown

USA - Isabella Cook (Alexa Spaanstra), 51st minute: From the top of the 18-yard-box, Spaanstra turned her defender and played to her college teammate, Rebecca Jarrett, on the run down the right wing. Jarrett delivered a cross into the box as she approached the end-line, and China deflected it at the near post, but Spaanstra rushed for the rebound, beating a sliding defender. She took a dribble as another defender slid for the ball, then dished to Cook hovering near the six-yard-box. Cook chipped it above the ‘keeper and rattled the crossbar forwhat proved to be the game-winner. USA 1, CHN 0 FINAL

Key Defensive Stops

CHN – Han Huimin, 19th minute: Off of a free kick from a dangerous spot just outside the box, the USA sent a ball in, but China got a head on it. The deflection fell to Kreoger, who played to #17 near the penalty spot. She took a hard-hit shot, but Huimin stuck out a foot and got enough of the ball to deflect it out of harm’s way.

USA – Maycee Bell, 42nd minute: China proved dangerous on the counter, and Bell serving as captain, snuffed out the danger on one of its most dangerous runs. As the USa tried to spring an attack, Shen Mengyu stepped up to boot a ball to a Chinese player on the run and she popped it forward to Zhuo Maji, who played Tian Yunlang on a run into the box. As she dribbled in and prepared to rip a shot, Bell charged in to make a nice tackle and poke the ball away. Brianna Martinez completed the clearance to avoid the danger.

CHN – Shu Mengdi, 45+ minute: The USA launched a counterattack of its own in the first minute of first-half stoppage time, as Elaine Rouse won a tight ball in the box and slipped it out to Kroeger. She shielded the ball from two defenders and turned upfield, outrunning another defender before playing it up to Spaanstra on the run. She dished to Jarrett on the wing, and her ball into the box was sent away by the goalkeeper Mengdi. 

- U.S. U-20 Women’s National Team Match Report -

Match: U.S. U-20 Women’s National Team vs. China
Date: December 9, 2018
Competition: 2018 Nike Women’s International Friendlies
Venue: Premier Sports Campus; Lakewood Ranch, Fla.
Attendance: 325
Kickoff: 6:30 p.m. ET
Weather: 69 degrees; cloudy

Scoring Summary:      1          2          F
USA                             0          1          1
CHN                             0          0          0

USA – Isabella Cook (Alexa Spaanstra)          51st minute

Lineups:

USA: 22-Hensley Hancuff; 2-Bri Martinez (3-Natalie Maurer, 46), 5-Tori Hansen, 15-Laney Rouse (14-Abby Allen, 46), 4-Maycee Bell (capt.); 8-Brianna Pinto (21-Sydney Simmons, 75), 10-Emily Gray, 13-Isabella Cook (23-Cori Dyke, 57), 7-Alexa Spaanstra (20-Jaelyn Eisenhart, 80); 17-Rebecca Jarrett (9-Reilyn Turner, 57), 11-Sam Koreger
Substitutes not used: 1-Mia Justus, 6-Megan Bornkamp, 19-Leah Godfrey
Head coach: Keri Sarver

CHN: 1-Shu Mengdi; 30-Yang Shuhui, 17-Han Huimin, 29-Dou Jiaxing (capt.), 23-Zhan Zewen; 7-Yang Qian, 8-Ou Yiyao (21-Sun Pingwei, 76), 4-Yang Xiaoxia (28-Tian Yunlang, 41), 12-Zhuo Maji (14-Li Yanan, 70); 6-Shen Mengyu, 10-Yao Mengjia (15-Xu Ting, 55)
Substitutes:  5-Tan Qing, 9-Yuan Cong, 13-Wang Yumeng, 19-Han Xuan, 22-Liang Jiahui
Head coach: Wang Jun

Stats Summary: USA / FRA
Shots: 16 / 9
Shots on Goal: 4 / 3
Saves: 3 / 3
Corner Kicks: 3 / 2
Fouls: 10 / 11
Offside: 2 / 1

Misconduct Summary:
USA – Tori Hansen (caution)  62nd minute
CHN – Han Huimin (caution)  86

Officials:
Referee: Jaime Padilla (USA)
Assistant Referee 1: Katarzyna Wasiak (USA)
Assistant Referee 2: Rachel Cortez (USA)
4th Official: Samantha Martinez (USA)

ussoccer.com Woman of the Match: Brianna Pinto


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