WOMEN'S WORLD CUP: U.S.A. LIFTS THE TROPHY!

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For the second Women’s World Cup in a row, the United States met back up with Japan in the final. The two highest ranked teams in the world fought for the final cup once again.

This has been a hard journey with very different teams to get past. Until last night final game, U.S.A came out to start the final game with one of the most incredible starts in any sporting event!
Through the series of games, Japan got thrown into the easy bracket and had some rough performances. The United States, on the other hand, had to beat Sweden and Germany to get this far in the World Cup. These two teams scheduled with each other between some major competitions especially this final 2015 game last night in Canada.

Some will say it was a complete victory for the United States and others will say it was “grand theft soccer” as it was the biggest game on the grandest stage with a whole lot of believing!
Starting the game off with such a motive to believe in winning, within the first 15 minutes the United States women’s national team and Carli Lloyd roared out to a 4-0 lead on the back of a hat trick and then held on tight to beat the defending world champions of the past, Japan, in a rematch from the 2011 final.

One of the most memorable shots was taken from half field by Lloyd gaining her third goal, hat trick! By this time, it was 4-0 and the stadium went into complete shock, was it already over? Japan, soon enough found ways to move the ball and set up an opening goal in the 28th minute. And another move after that from Japan. But the U.S. took another great lead to the game and lifted the score to 5-2 win over Japan and the U.S. claimed to be the greatest team in the women’s international soccer!

This is the third time the United States won the Women’s World Cup and the first since 1999. So, Goodbye 1999 and goodbye to 16 years of World Cup futility and goodbye to the searing memory of 2011, when U.S. twice held the lead against Japan in the final and three times let the game escape them.

"Pure elation and I'm just so proud of them and so happy for every American girl who dreams about this," U.S. coach Jill Ellis said after the victory.
Last night’s match surpassed all expectations in quality, shock and pure excitement!

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