The United States women’s national team defeated Japan, 2-0 on Sunday in Cleveland, Ohio, in a weather-shortened match. Julie Johnston and Alex Morgan scored for the U.S., which we detailed here.
And U.S. coach Jill Ellis tipped her hand even further as to what her starting XI could be at the Rio 2016 Olympics, as Ray Curren detailed.
Erica McCaulley, The Equalizer’s top-notch photographer, was on hand for the match. Please enjoy her spectacular photos below (all photos Copyright Erica McCaulley for The Equalizer):
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