It wasn’t the prettiest or most inspiring of games, but the U.S. women’s national team defeated South Africa 3-0 on Sunday, led by a brace from Sam Mewis, with Carli Lloyd tallying the final goal in stoppage time.
As is often the case when playing a lopsided match, it’s hard to say just how much the players learned from the match. In fact, we may have learned more than the players did.
Breaking down a low block
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