U.S. women's soccer

What you need to know

  • The U.S. women beat England 2-1 in a long, tough game.
  • Alex Morgan headed in the winner — on her 30th birthday.
  • U.S. keeper Alyssa Naeher saved a penalty kick to avoid a 2-2 tie.

It wasn't necessarily pretty — the lows certainly came with the highs, not to mention VAR coming into play yet again — but it got the job done. The U.S. Women's National Team is headed to its fifth championship game in search of its fourth world title, having beat England 2-1 in the first of the two semifinal games. It now faces the Netherlands (which beat Sweden 1-0 in extra time on Wednesday) in Sunday's championship match.

The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup Final will be streamed live at 11 a.m. Eastern time on Sunday, July 7. You can watch it live in 4K resolution on Fubo TV. (And you most certainly want to watch in 4K if you can, so be sure to use that free trial.?irad=343747&irmp=159229&subId1=UUccUdUnU1881&subId2=dcc)

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Christian Press opened the scoring early with a brilliant header. England got that goal back not too long after, but Alex Morgan — on her 30th birthday, no less — made it 2-1 about a half-hour in with a header of her own.

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England appeared to tie it back up in the 67th minute with a breakaway, but VAR called back the goal with a very close offside call.

VAR would rear its ugly head again when it awarded a suspect penalty to England in the 81st minute. The shot was poor, though, about midway between Alyssa Naeher and the left post. Naeher guessed correctly, made the save, and nearly made everyone forget about the one other question mark that hung over the entire game ...

What was wrong with Megan Rapinoe?

The veteran U.S. forward didn't warm up and didn't start the game — a surprise to pretty much everyone outside of the team itself. "Just a little minor sprain. Day-to-day," she said in a post-game interview.

Ultimately determined to be a hamstring injury — believe that if you want, but something just feels* weird about it — she didn't play, and now has more than four more days to rest up before Sunday's final.

Alyssa Naeher saves a penalty kick late in the game

The game was rough. Passing was poor. England lost Millie Bright in the 86th minute to a second yellow card. Alex Morgan somehow came out with all her limbs attached, never mind the continued fouls from England.

But 90-plus minutes later, it was done. The U.S. women are back in the final.

In addition to Fubo TV, you'll be able to stream the game on the Fox Sports app on pretty much any platform you can think of — provided that you've got some other login to satiate the lawyers. With the game on Fox's broadcast channel, you'll likely also be able to pick up an over-the-air feed with a decent antenna. (Need one? We've got a handy list.)

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