MEXICO vs. USWNT Live Stream Free Online: CONCACAF Women's Olympic Qualifying, Live Coverage From Frisco
The U.S. women's national team continues its inevitable qualification for the 2016 Olympics on Saturday, facing off against Mexico.
The defending world champions dismantled Costa Rica in the opening match, 5-0. It took all of 12 seconds for Alex Morgan to find the match-winner. Mexico won't exactly pose much of a threat, either.
For those interested in watching another CONCACAF nation get dismantled, a free live stream of the contest can be found here.
Game Time: 3 p.m. CST
Location: Toyota Stadium
Weather: Sunny, High of 63
TV: NBC Universo
What They're Saying
Mexico head coach Leonardo Cuellar (via Fox Sports): "Maribel [Dominguez] is the first to recognize that it is the job of the whole team, and I want to emphasize that her [career] 81 goals is impressive and confirms that she is an icon in our country where women's soccer is concerned, but [it will take] balance to the group and responsibility of what should be as a team to beat the U.S.."
USWNT forward Carli Lloyd (via Fox News): "What [Morgan] does great is get in behind the back line. [Her performance against Costa Rica] was great. We had a good connection."
USWNT midfielder Alex Morgan: "We always see [early goals] coming. It always starts off right, then something goes wrong. This time [against Costa Rica], nothing went wrong."
— U.S. Soccer WNT (@ussoccer_wnt) February 13, 2016