The superstar athletes otherwise known as the U.S. Women’s National Team are officially world champions after winning the 2015 Women’s World Cup final against Japan on Sunday. The team, which won 5-2, played with poise and passion, and their performance is perhaps best described as just plain badass. Show More Summary
If not for Sunday night's 5-2 win against Japan, Abby Wambach would have ended her career without a World Cup win to her name. So it was no surprise that after the final whistle blew and the US women's national team became World Cup champs for the first time since 1999, Wambach sprinted toward the stands to embrace her wife, Sarah Huffman. Show More Summary
For the first time since 1999, the FIFA Women's World Cup is back in the hands of the U.S. Women's National Team, who defeated Japan 5-2 on Sunday before an estimated crowd of 53,341 in Vancouver, Canada. It is the USWNT's third World Cup title. Show More Summary
Carli Lloyd led the US national side to the Women’s World Cup with a fantastic performance that included a stunning 16-minute hat-trick. Lloyd sealed her hat-trick with a stunning 50-yard shot that sailed into the net over the Japanese goalkeeper, Ayumi Kaihori. Show More Summary
Scoring a hat trick in a World Cup final tends to earn you a number of plaudits from fans. Carli Lloyd parlayed her three goals in the United States' 5-2 victory over Japan on Sunday into the 2015 Women's World Cup Golden Ball, per the U.S. Show More Summary
Via SB Nation: "For the first time in her career, Abby Wambach is a World Cup winner. And after the final whistle blew in the United States' 5-2 win over Japan, she sprinted over to the stands to find her wife, Sarah Huffman, who was sitting in the front row with the rest of the American supporters."
Finally. The perfect end to an amazing international career. Thank you, Abby Wambach.
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The Women’s World Cup is over–and the United States has emerged the victor. They beat the Japan 5-2. Updates to follow....
The US Women won their record Third Women’s World Cup tonight by beating Japan 5-2. American Carli Lloyd scored a... The post US Women Win FIFA World Cup 5-2 – Star Kisses Her Wife appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
So much for drama. The US women's soccer team beat Japan for the World Cup tonight by a score of 5-2—and four of those goals came in the first 16 minutes, three of them courtesy of Carli Lloyd. Lloyd made it 1-0 at the 3-minute mark, 2-0 at the...
Carli Lloyd’s was David Beckham-esque.
After 14 years on the national team, Wambach finally has a World Cup title, but not because of her soccer savvy or her brilliant headers that made the team so dangerous in years past.
Congrats ladies! Proud of you aboard @Space_Station. #TeamUSA pic.twitter.com/KIsaj16TLb — Scott Kelly (@StationCDRKelly) July 6, 2015 The USWNT are celebrating their amazing World Cup win, the nation is expressive its gratitude to such an amazing team. Show More Summary
Teammates bury Carli Lloyd in a hug after she scored one of her three goals within the first 15 minutes of play. The U.S. women's soccer team won its third world cup Sunday, beating Japan 5-2. The U.S. women dominated, scoring four of...Show More Summary
Abby Wambach sprinted to wife Sarah Huffman after the final whistle sounded on America’s World Cup victory, and the two shared a touching moment that was years in the making. Wambach, who is arguably the best women’s soccer player in...Show More Summary
A Carli Lloyd-inspired USA win their third Women's World Cup after a dominant display to beat Japan 5-2 in the 2015 final in Vancouver.
Carli Lloyd got the United States on the board first. Then she did it again. And again. Lloyd scored a first-half hat trick, and Lauren Holiday and Tobin Heath each scored goals as the United States defeated Japan 5-2 to earn the 2015 Women's World Cup. Show More Summary
Just a day after America celebrated its independence, the United States women's national soccer team won the World Cup, so it's safe to say that it's been a pretty good long weekend for all. See also: The 10 most American things that...Show More Summary
U-S-A! U-S-A! Mission accomplished, America — the women's soccer team not only won the World Cup, but dominated in a 5-2 win over Japan. Four years ago, the team lost in penalty kicks against Japan in a heartbreaking final for a promising squad. Show More Summary