Relentless attack anchors U17 WNT dominance

Ten of the best goals from the U.S. U17 WNT at the Concacaf Championship
by Tom Hindle
May 12, 2022

Taylor Suarez, in truth, could have had a shot on goal herself. After intercepting a pass from Mexico keeper Carmen Lopez, the winger had a momentary opportunity to bag a goal.

But she didn’t. Instead, Suarez made the extra pass, poking the ball to a waiting Melina Rebimbas, who smoothly evaded a defender before finding the bottom corner to grab a 2-1 lead with less than 15 minutes to play — one they wouldn’t relinquish.

It was emblematic of the U17 WNT’s attacking setup at the Concacaf Cup. Here was a team willing to work the ball around, find the extra pass, create more space. And that style, that unselfish set up, that ultimately carried the U17s to a Concacaf Cup win.

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