The U.S. Women's National Team will play in the 2015 World Cup final after defeating Germany Tuesday night in a 2-0 shutout.
It was a huge win for the U.S. against the top-rated team in women's football in addition to being the favorites of this World Cup. The Americans will now face the winner of Japan - England on Sunday in the final.
Defense has been the story of the U.S.'s run through the World Cup as they have yet to be scored upon, and they'll make history if they continue that on Sunday.
Tweet of the Day:
The USWNT is 28 scoreless minutes away from having the longest scoreless streak at a single Women's World Cup.— Corey Price (@coreyp08) July 1, 2015
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