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USA entered the FIFA 2019 Women's World Cup final after defeating England

USA entered the FIFA 2019 Women's World Cup final after defeating England

A 2-1 victory in the semifinals on July 2nd helped American girls for the third time in a row to enter the FIFA World Cup final match.

Both Britain and the United States entered the confidence with the desire to have an early goal to preempt the opponent. In that open posture, America scored first, just 10 minutes. Christen Press - who replaced the captain Megan Rapinoe in the starting lineup, picked up the right hanging ball and hit the header.

But she only needed nine more minutes to equalize 1-1, with Ellen White's finishing touch. The two teams continued to play the pair, and the United States football once again, took the lead in the 31st minute, following the scenario near the first goal. This time, Alex Morgan scored with a tape to hit the head.

The women of the English players attacked in a rush after the break, and seemed to be rewarded in the 67th minute, when Ellen White escaped, hitting the American net. But coaches and coaches Phil Neville suffered a shortfall, as VAR intervened, showing that White had fallen into offside when receiving the ball.

Drama was high in the last 10 minutes of the match. 84 minutes, American defender Becky Sauerbrunn impacted from behind, causing White to fall in the ban. After referring to VAR, the referee gave England a penalty, but captain Steph Houghton failed to win the American goalkeeper in the face-to-face phase. Phil Neville's students also suffered a loss at the end of the match, when Millie Bright took the red card indirectly because of a foul on Alex Morgan.

"It was the most enchanting 90 minutes I ever watched as a coach. The female players in England played very well, which is what I want. We have come very close to the door to the World Cup final. I am not desperate and will try for the upcoming third place play-off", coach Neville shared after the match.

England's opponent in the bronze match on July 6 is the team that lost in the remaining semi-finals between the Netherlands and Sweden today. The final match was held on July 7th. This is the third consecutive World Cup of American women's football in the final. Twice ago, they finished second in 2011 and won the 2015 championship.