STORY OF THE DAY! USA-Mexico Takeaways: Hold off on juggernaut label The USA was far from impressive in its 1-0 win over Mexico that moved it into the semifinals of Olympic women's qualifying. Yes, it dominated the game against a team that came to defend, but it was
fortunate to grab a late lead -- and then hold on to it. VIDEO
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