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The South American side were hammered in the first of their double-header on Thursday, with the USWNT turning on the style with some devastating stints of attacking football.
With United States manager Jillian Ellis set to give some other players in the squad a chance ahead of the summer Olympics, the Talen Energy Stadium crowd could be in for a treat. Date: Sunday, April 10 Time: 7 p.
The first came from the in-form Crystal Dunn, who bagged after a wonderful turn and calm finish. Or both.
From there her team-mates took over. Then after the break, Tobin Heath and Long both scored in a three-minute spell before Christen Press rounded off what was a brilliant display. It was certainly a showing that sent out a message to the watching world ahead of the summer Olympics.
Alex Morgan, watching on from the sidelines, commented on the swagger with which the team operated: Alex Morgan alexmorgan13 So many golazos tonight I loved seeing them all even though wish I was on the field. Morgan Brian will hope to be given a chance to impress on Sunday, as will Morgan after she missed the first game.
Long and Dunn replaced the duo respectively after they picked up injuries in pre-season ahead of the National Women's Soccer League and both shone; if they are replaced this weekend, then strong performances are needed. Ellis has some big decisions to make ahead of the Olympics.
The United States will simply have too much for the visitors, though, especially if the predatory instincts of Morgan are at the point of the attack.