May 19, 2022

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The United States defeated New Zealand by Alex Morgan

The United States defeated New Zealand by Alex Morgan

The American women’s football team had its first victory Tokyo 2020, Beat New Zealand 6-1 this Saturday. With Alex Morgan entering the second half, Vladko Antonovsky’s lead from the fall on the first day against Sweden (3-0 defeat) and still alive Olympic Games.

Dominance on the field, from the start, was in favor of the United States, scoring a total of 10 goals, but four were canceled offside: French referee Stephanie Frabert and one of his assistants, Manuela Nicolosi, confirmed the marker was no bigger … Scorers? Lavelle, Horan, Erzek (E / C), Press, Morgan and Pat (E / C) scored for New Zealand’s Col Hazette for USWNT.

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Andonowski’s commanders will face Australia next Tuesday, July 27, and victory alone will ensure they advance to the quarterfinals of the Olympics. The illusion, of course, is to reach first place in their group, however they must win and not add Sweden points against New Zealand on the last date.

Alex Morgan and team celebrate USWNT victory.

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About a year ago, The judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by American women’s soccer players against American football. In a letter issued in March 2019, the footballers asked for equal pay with the men’s team, a fight they have been waging for a long time.

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USWNT lawyers in full development of the Tokyo Olympics, They appealed the judge’s decision to “violate reality” and asked “to reverse the district court’s decision and return the case to trial.” Therefore, Americans seeking more than $ 66 million in damages under Title VII of the Equal Pay Act and the Civil Rights Act of 1964 must wait for the outcome of the appeal.

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