The USWNT take on Mexico in a International friendly at RFK Stadium on Tuesday 3 September at 8pm ET.

 

One change has been made to USWNT head coach Tom Sermanni’s squad announcement, as Vanessa DiBernardo replaces Megan Rapinoe who picked up a heel injury whilst playing in the National Women’s Soccer League.

 

The game will feature six of the nine top scorers during the NWSL regular season in Holiday, Sydney Leroux, Abby Wambach, Carli Lloyd and Morgan. In addition, Mexico will likely feature Sky Blue FC forward Monica Ocampo, who finished tied for fourth in regular season scoring with eight goals.

 

Mexico has 12 players who competed in the NWSL this season.

 

USA Starting Line-up Mexico Starting Line-up
Solo,
Dunn,
Sauerbrunn,
Rampone (c),
Mewis,
O’Reilly,
Lloyd,
Holiday,
Tymrak,
Leroux,
Wambach.
Santiago,
Robles,
Sierra,
Murillo,
Cuellar,
Rangel,
Worbis,
Ocampo,
Romero,
Dominguez,Perez

 

 

Live Match Updates:

Women’s Soccer United will not be providing live updates on Twitter and Facebook. We will be rounding up the action after the match.

 

Broadcast:

Fox Sports 1 (USA)

 

Full-time:

United States 7 – 0 Mexico
Abby Wambach 11′, Sydney Leroux 21′, 22′, 30′, 41′, Rachel Buehler 55′, Morgan Brian 72′

Attendance: 12,594

 

Highlights:


 

 

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2 Comments
  1. Asa 7 years ago

    United States 7 – 0 Mexico

    Goals From:

    Abby Wambach 11′ (USA)

    Sydney Leroux 21′ 22′ 30′ 41′ (USA)

    Rachel Buehler 55′ (USA)

    Morgan Brian 72′ (USA)

    Attendance 12,594

     Match Highlights: http://www.womenssoccerunited.com/video/usa-7-0-mexico-match-highlights-international-women-s-friendly

  2. A-Hamm 7 years ago

    Always fun to see how Mexico does against USA & Canada and their improvement. With their Men’s team playing some of its worst futbol in decades (and the high possibilty that USA will qualify for 2014 WC against them only needing a draw, which will send their fans into bedlam), they could maybe capture some more attention there leading up to 2015, which they are pretty much a lock to qualify for now with 3.5 concacaf spots.

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