USA Vs. Canada Soccer Final Score: Alex Morgan Gives U.S. A 4-3 Win With Goal In 123rd Minute

The Olympic women's soccer semifinal match between the United States and Canada was a back-and-forth affair that took two overtimes to settle on Monday, and when all was said and done, the U.S. had come away with a dramatic 4-3 win.

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The teams were knotted at three deep into overtime when Alex Morgan found some space and headed home a cross to give the U.S. the decisive goal. Morgan's score came in the 123rd minute, leaving Canada practically no time in which to respond. The game-winner, in gif form:

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The United States will face Japan in the gold medal game.

Shannon Boxx, a Notre Dame alum and reserve on the U.S. team, did not get a chance to play on Monday.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago. For comprehensive coverage of the 2012 London Games, visit SB Nation's Olympics news hub. Stay up to date on the medal count with Sports Illustrated's tracker.

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