Carli Lloyd’s two goals lead U.S. to CONCACAF championship final

Carli Lloyd’s tremendous performance and 2 goals lead U.S. to a comprehensive win over Mexico on Friday night in a CONCACAF championship semi-final. With this victory U.S team also earned its ticket to FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 .the U.S. team defeated Mexico by 3-0 in their semi-final in Chester, Pennsylvania.

The U.S. women team will now face Costa Rica in final on Sunday. For the first time Costa Rica has qualified for its maiden World Cup appearance by defeating Trinidad and Tobago in an interesting match which ends on penalty kicks after a 1-1 draw on Friday.

Without Wambach, and injured forward player Alex Morgan, the U.S. had few problems generating attacks. But Lloyd scored in the eighth minute on a header off a bouncing cross from Tobin Heath to give the United States the early lead. She added a goal on a penalty kick in the 30th minute. Christen Press hit the last goal in the 56th minute and finally Wambach entered in the game in 62nd minute when the team was in safe position.

The future of Hope Solo is still in dark as she faces two counts of fourth-degree domestic violence assault against her nephew and sister in Kirkland. if Solo is found to be guilty or cops a deal, she is likely to be suspend through the World Cup next year.

U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati said “U.S. Soccer takes the issue of domestic violence very seriously”. “It’s hard because we’re in a tricky position because we’re teammates with Hope and we also are role models so we know how massive and we know how big of an issue this is,” Wambach told USA Today this past week.

Although Solo has apologized for the incident on Facebook  in June, while pleading not guilty in court. With or without Solo in team the future of American soccer is in doubt.