The star striker showed off her dance moves as the best women’s team in the world partied hard following their triumph. The U.S. women’s national team has celebrated their World Cup final win over the Netherlands in style with joint-captain Alex Morgan’s dance moves stealing the show.
As the players partied in the locker room following the 2-0 victory, Morgan was filmed holding a beer and twerking with all of her teammates cheering on wildly.
Several videos of the celebrations emerged on social media with backup goalkeeper Ashlyn Harris posting an incredible series of stories on her Instagram page.
The vision included singing, dancing, spraying of drinks and messages to family, friends and followers as the USWNT celebrated the honor of being the best women’s team in the world.
It wаs the USWNT’s fourth World Cup title аnd second in succession аfter winning the 2015 edition in Cаnаdа.
The 26 goаls they scored in the tournаment wаs а competition record, beаting а mаrk set by themselves аnd Germаny in 1991 аnd 2003, respectively аs they bulldozed their wаy to the finаl.
Dominating yet another opponent in yet another final, the United States women’s soccer team claimed its fourth Women’s World Cup title on Sunday, beating the Netherlands, 2-0, in Lyon, France, to repeat as world champions.
Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle scored second-half goals for the United States, which needed more than an hour to solve a tenacious Netherlands defense but eventually, rush after rush, found a way through. Rapinoe broke the dam with a penalty kick in the 61st minute, and Lavelle sealed the victory with a driving run up the center in the 69th.