The U.S. Women's National Team defeated the Netherlands, 2-0, to win a record fourth Women's World Cup. It's the second straight World Cup title for the United States. Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle were the goal scorers.
England beat Denmark, 2–0, in their penultimate match before heading to France next week for the 2019 World Cup. Goals either side of the break from new Lyon signing Nikita Parris and captain-for-the-day Jill Scott secured a victory that came far from easy against a side that didn’t make it to France 2019.
Ruth Bravo, midfield for Argentina's National Team, talks about the tough road the country has traveled to get back to the Women's World Cup, and what the point against Japan means for the future of support for the squad.
Formerly of Everton, New Zealand, and most recently Canada, England assistant manager Bev Priestman on working with head coach Phil Neville and the importance of creating a sense of togetherness within the England squad.
No, it's not an exaggeration. There is a possibility (albeit slight possibility) that Argentina and Brazil may not qualify for the second stage of the CONMEBOL qualifiers, thus eliminating them from World Cup contention.