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ATLANTA, GEORGIA—The 22-home winning streak of the USA’s women’s soccer team (USWNT) is now officially over.
On October 21, the visiting South Korean women’s soccer team held USWNT to a scoreless draw in Kansas City, Kansas.
South Korea goalkeeper Yoon Young-Guel played superbly in the game as she made eight saves, four in each half.
USWNT tried its best to score a goal in the game but South Korea would not allow them which resulted in a scoreless draw in the end.
Last September 21, USWNT showed the world that they remain a powerhouse in women’s soccer with another lopsided win against the visiting Paraguay national women’s team in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The USWNT beat Paraguay in their second meeting 8-0.
Alex Morgan is the top scorer for USWNT with a hat trick and Rose Lavelle pulling the strings in the attack as well in their friendly game.
Last September 16, USWNT also beat Paraguay 9-0in Cleveland in their friendly game.
American soccer legend Carli Lloyd scored five goals in a runaway victory for Vlatko Andonovski’s side.
The match marked the start of U.S. legend Lloyd’s farewell tour, with the veteran forward playing four matches with the national team after announcing her retirement in August.
Aside from Lloyd, our very own women soccer star Kelley O’Hara also played well in the game.
O’Hara is coming off a successful Olympics where she featured in five of the six matches en route to her second Olympic medal.
For the Spirit in 2021, O’Hara has featured in eight games, starting six of those and totaling 562 minutes.
O’Hara is also a two-time FIFA Women’s World Cup champion and Olympic gold medalist.
She currently plays as a defender for the Washington Spirit in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL).
She previously played professionally for FC Gold Pride, Boston Breakers, Sky Blue FC, and Utah Royals FC.

By bob

A veteran soccer journalist who is an avid fan of Atlanta United and Lionel Messi.

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