The United States Women’s Team bid farewell to 2023 with a win over China

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The United States Women's Team bid farewell to 2023 with a win over China

After playing their first game against China last Saturday, the United States Women’s Team won again against Twila Kilgore this Tuesday at the Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. With this result (2-1), the North American squad said goodbye to 2023 with an important victory, and they are already thinking about 2024, full of many challenges.

Although this year has been one of the most complicated in recent times for the USWNT with a poor showing at the Australia-New Zealand World Cup, the ‘Stars and Stripes’ team must rise to the challenge of returning to glory at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, where they want to regain the top of the women’s football branch.

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Despite having a great first half in terms of dominating the round, the United States did not find ways to damage Xu Huan’s goal, but at the end of the first forty-five minutes, the visitors’ goal came from a headbutt by Mengyu Shen. The action took place after a lifting miss by Aubrey Kingsbury.

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With the support of FC Dallas, the team that will be taken over by coach Emma Hayes in May managed to come from behind to return the result and give joy to their fans. For the first time, Sam Coffey appeared with a wonderful right foot towards Xu Huan’s left corner (62′).

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At the end of the game, Jaedyn Shaw made the USWNT comeback after Jenna Nighswonger tried to go around the barrier on a free kick, and the rebound was left to the San Diego Wave player to send the ball into the back of the goal. networks. The 19-year-old has scored in his current home, Snapdragon Stadium, and now he’s done it in his birthplace, Frisco, Texas.