New Zealand

ATLANTA, GEORGIA—The dream of the USA’s women’s soccer team (USWNT) to win the women’s soccer gold in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics is on track once again.
This scenario developed after USWNT defeated New Zealand a 6-1 win at the Saitama Stadium on Saturday.
Goals from Rose Lavelle, Lindsey Horan, Christen Press, and Alex Morgan, as well as two own goals, sealed the win.
Meanwhile, Betsy Hassett scored the lone goal for New Zealand in the game.
Last July 21, the Olympic quest of USWNT had a bad start.
Sweden beat USWNT that day 3-0 at the Tokyo stadium.
The USWNT, who is seeking to beat Sweden and avenge their loss to the latter in the 2016 Rio Olympics in Brazil was flat in the entire game.
The team that has not lost in its last 44 games could not follow the pace of Sweden in the entire game which allowed the latter to end their winning streak.
Sweden for its part was very focused and aggressive in the entire game which resulted in their shocking win.

By bob

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