#OneNAtionOneTeam the USWNT beat the Netherlands in FIFA women world cup 2019 final, by a score of 2-0 on Sunday in the city of Lyon in France.
This victory also put Jill Ellis as the first coach in all soccer history male and female combined to win back-to-back World Cups.
Definitely, USWNT is a record breaker group, even there were various of extraordinary performances from the U.S. women’s national team in the past.
Nevertheless, this team has positive alchemy that made them different and eventually, this very special group cohesion of this particular USWNT made them stood out above the other start from the women national soccer team from the past.
Moreover, when it’s about soccer the US women national team always proceed by relay because anytime a star retired from USWNT at least two new fresh a star was born to carry the torch of winning in all completion all the time.
So far read below a brief resume about how the USWNT performed during the Women FIFA World Cup 2019.
Alyssa Naeher: 7 – Solid enough. Came off her line well in the first half. Didn’t have much to do.
Kelley O’Hara: 6 – Reliable at right back but a nasty head collision saw her taken off at the half time.
Abby Dahlkemper: 6 – Still a little shaky and was caught out and booked in the first half. Got better throughout the tournament.
Becky Sauerbrunn: 7 – Took a nasty knock to the head but held the US defense together.
Crystal Dunn: 8 – Another brilliant display at left back and could have scored late on.
Julie Ertz: 8 – The glue that holds this USWNT team together. Superb defensive leader. Great tournament. Almost scored in the first half.
Rose Lavelle: 9 – Her fine solo goal capped off a fine display and tournament. The newest USWNT star.
Sam Mewis: 7 – Went close with a header in the first half and proved she deserved to start over Horan.
Tobin Heath: 7 – Never stopped running and caused so many problems for the defense.
Alex Morgan: 6 – Went down easily in the box in the first half. Battled hard and won the PK. Not her best tournament.
Megan Rapinoe: 6 – She scored the penalty kick, whipped in a good cross in the first half and was named the official woman of the match, but again, a pretty quiet game.
Ali Kireger : 6 – Very solid at right back after replacing the injured O’Hara at half time.
Christen Press: 6 – Late cameo saw her open up the Dutch defense on a few occasions.
Carli Lloyd: 6 – Some trademark surging runs after coming off the bench in what could be her last USWNT game.
Meanwhile, the city of New York City will host the USWNT victory parade, because according to Mayer Office. This event will be heading down the Canyon of Heroes in New York City this upcoming Wednesday.
The news has been confirmed by the Mayor of New York City himself by saying that the women’s national team will have a ticker tape parade just like the did four years after winning the World Cup.
So as confirmed by Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office the USWNT parade will take place on Wednesday along Broadway in lower Manhattan.
We are waiting for you to support our heroes from the USWNT.