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Rest is nice, winning is better.
Anyone can sign autographs or pose for photos. The U.S. women found a better way to say "thank you" to the American military members who turned their World Cup match into a home game.
The last time the United States won the women's World Cup, Mia Hamm and Julie Foudy were still playing, Abby Wambach had just led Florida to the college title and Alex Morgan was all of 10.
For the third-leading scorer in U.S. women's soccer history, the most memorable goal of her career might be one she allowed on defense.
The U.S. women say they are ready for anything in the upcoming World Cup.
California forward Alex Morgan, whose late goal against China last week helped preserve the U.S. women's nearly six-year unbeaten streak at home, is the only college player on the roster for the World Cup qualifying tournament later this month.