The United States crushed New Zealand with Alex Morgan

The United States crushed New Zealand with Alex Morgan

The United States women’s soccer team achieved its first win in Tokyo 2020, after beating New Zealand 6-1 on Saturday. With Alex Morgan entering the second half, those led by Vlatko Andonovsky stepped up from the first day fall against Sweden (3-0 defeat) and are still alive in the Olympic Games.

The advantage on the field was, from the start, in favor of the United States, which scored a total of 10 goals but four goals disallowed for offside: French referee Stephanie Frappart and one of her assistants, Manuela Nicolosi, made sure that the goal was. Not even more massive… scorers? Lavelle, Horan, Erceg (e/c) and Press, Morgan and Bott (e/c) for the USWNT, while the New Zealanders’ goal was scored by Hassett.

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Those led by Andonovsky will face Australia next Tuesday, July 27, and only with a win will they guarantee their access to the quarter-finals of the Olympic competition. The delusion of course is to finish first in their group, although they will have to win and Sweden are not adding points against New Zealand on the last date.

Alex Morgan and his company celebrate the victory of the USWNT.

Alex Morgan and his company celebrate the victory of the USWNT.

Request players against American football

about a year ago, A judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by women’s soccer players from the United States women’s soccer team against the soccer team. In the letter, submitted in March 2019, the footballers demanded equal pay with the men’s team, a battle they have long fought.

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USWNT Lawyers, in full development of the Tokyo Olympics, They appealed the judge’s decision to “challenge the reality” and demanded that he “reverse the decision of the District Court and return the case to trial.” Thus, Americans, who have requested more than $66 million in damages under the Equal Pay Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, will have to wait for the results of the appeal.

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