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USWNT: Carli Lloyd scored a historic goal against Jamaica

By Mauricio Saenz

USWNT: Carli Lloyd scored a historic goal against Jamaica

USWNT continues its preparation for the Olympic Games in the best way

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There's no doubt that USWNT is the best women's soccer team in the world. Unbeaten since 2019, where he has 19 wins in the last 20 games played, on Sunday night he again made it clear that they want to get the Olympic medal at the Tokyo Games.

It's that the team Vlatko Andonovski coaches beat Jamaica 4-0 and one player set two new all-time records for the USWNT. This is Carli Lloyd, who scored the first goal of the match.

The two records that Carli Lloyd set

Carli Lloyd scored the opening score 24 seconds into the first half, marking the second-fastest touchdown in USWNT history.

But that's not all, as she also set the record as the oldest player to score with the USWNT, at 38 years and 332 days. Kristine Lilly was the previous record holder (38 years, 264 days).

USWNT's remaining matches

Before going in search of the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics, USWNT will close their participation in the home run they are playing this Wednesday against Nigeria. They will then meet again in July, to face two friendlies against Mexico before flying to Japan for Tokyo.

Carli Lloyd's historic goal


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