COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Vlatko Andonovski era of the United States women’s national team began with a 3-2 victory over Sweden on Thursday at Mapfre Stadium. It wasn’t quite the blowout it looked like it would be after the U.S. went ahead 3-0 inside 31 minutes, but it was victory nonetheless.
Here are three takeaways from the first U.S. match under Andonovski’s guidance.
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