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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:


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.

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