Thursday April 7th, 2016

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The U.S. women's national soccer team scored a dominating 7–0 victory over Colombia on Wednesday night where six women scored seven goals.

A 27th minute goal by Crystal Dunn opened the floodgates to an American scoring spree that would lead 4–0 at the half.

After several attempts by Colombia to clear the ball, Tobin Heath cut to the inside of the box to draw the goalie out before feeding the ball to Dunn for a routine finish in the net.

Allie Long added her first career goal just moments later. 

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The onslaught continued with a 37th minute goal by 17-year-old Mallory Pugh.

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Just a minute later, Pugh assisted Carli Lloyd with the fourth goal of the night.

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The USWNT wasted no time as Dunn paid Heath back for the help earlier in the night with a pass that Heath volleyed into the net for a 5–0 lead in the opening minutes of the second half.

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Long was not done for the night as she added a second goal.

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Christen Press scored the 32nd international goal of her international career, which ties her with Lindsay Tarpley on the USWNT all-time list. She now trails Sydney Leroux and April Heinrich ahead of her with 35.

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The USWNT will meet Colombia again for a rematch on April 10 at Talen Energy Stadium in Chester, Pa.

 

 

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