Also in today’s roundup, results out of South America and Africa from World Cup Qualifying
The trailer dropped today for a new Warner Brothers Home Entertainment feature film featuring the acting styles of USWNT star Alex Morgan, in the aptly titled “Alex & Me”.
This will be Morgan’s feature film debut, though she tried her hand at television acting with a brief cameo on Nickelodeon’s Nicky, Ricky, Dicky, and Dawn in 2015, and developed her own television show on Amazon streaming called The Kicks, based on her popular book series.
The full synopsis for the film reads as follows:
“Teenager Reagan Willis (Siena Agudong) has one dream — to play soccer like her hero, Alex Morgan. Her bedroom is a shrine to all things Alex, including a life-size poster of the Olympic gold medalist. Yet in the Willis house, Reagan lives in the shadow of her prep football superstar brother, Logan. When Reagan fails to make the cut of the premiere local soccer club team and is humiliated by her rival Claire, she’s certain her ship has sailed. But after accidentally hitting her head, Reagan’s poster of Alex Morgan suddenly comes to life and everything changes!”
Alex & Me is available digitally on June 12 and on Blu-ray and DVD on June 19.
Copa America Femenina and Africa Women Cup of Nations kick off
— Copa América Femenina Chile 2018 (@CAFemChile2018) April 4, 2018
Two of the three major World Cup Qualifying tournaments scheduled for this spring kicked off today, with 5 matches played in the first round of the Africa Women Cup of Nations and 2 first round matches being played in the South American Copa America Femenina:
Africa Women Cup of Nations:
Senegal 2-1 Algeria: Goals for Senegal from Diedhiu (6′) and Diop (10′), Algeria pulled one back in the 38th minute.
Libya 0-8 Ethiopia: Goals for Ethiopia from Zergaw (5′, 18′, 62′), Abera (20′, 23′), Feleke (33′), Tadesse (44′), and Kefyalew (48′)
Congo 2-0 Central African Republic: Goals for Congo from Kokolo (40′) and Dembele (44′)
Kenya 1-0 Uganda: Goal for Kenya from Adera (54′)
Tanzania 3-3 Zambia: Goals for Tanzania from Abdallah (2′) and Rashid (22′, 47′) and for Zambia goals from Banda (25′, 79′) and Zulu (46′).
Copa America Femenina:
Colombia 7-0 Uruguay: Goals for Colombia: 2′ Catalina Usme; 17′ Daniela Montoya; 43′ Yoreli Rincón; 46′ Catalina Usme; 57′ Catalina Usme; 58′ Isabella Echeverry; 92′ Catalina Usme.
Chile 1-1 Paraguay: Goal for Paraguay: 53′ Gloria Villamayor; Goal for Chile: 62 ‘ Yanara Aedo.
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