Aug 6, 2012; Manchester , United Kingdom; USA midfielder (15) Megan Rapinoe celebrates her goal in the second half against Canada in the semi finals during the London 2012 Olympic Games at Old Trafford.
Morgan does it
U.S. forward Alex Morgan celebrates her goal with less than a minute left in the game. Her header gave the U.S. a 4-3 victory over Canada.
Canadian players Sophie Schmidt (left) and Christine Sinclair are stunned after the Americans came back to win the game. Canada led three times only to surrender each lead to the U.S.
Ready for some drama?
Abby Wambach (center) celebrates her penalty goal with her U.S. teammates. Wambach was awarded the opportunity after a Canadian player had a hand ball in the box. Her goal tied the game 3-3, setting up a dramatic finish.
Abby Wambach scores a goal for the U.S. on a penalty kick to tie the game at 3-3 late in the second half.
Three times for Sinclair
Canada's Christine Sinclair (12) celebrates with teammates, including Melissa Tancredi (right), after scoring her second goal against the United States. Sinclair finished the game with three goals, but it wasn't enough to lift Canada. They will face France for a chance at the bronze medal.
Bend it like Beckham
USA's Megan Rapinoe (15) celebrates with teammates after her corner kick went curved into the net for a second-half goal against Canada.
Push comes to shove
The United States' Amy Le Peilbet (left) takes on Canada's Melissa Tancredi as the two battle for the ball during Monday's semifinal.
U.S. midfielder Megan Rapinoe celebrates one of her two goals in the second half.
Full speed ahead
U.S. forward Lauren Cheney hurdles Canada's Diana Matheson as she tries to get closer to the goal.
U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo can't stop the first goal of the game by Canada's Christine Sinclair (not shown).
Rough and tough
United States' Megan Rapinoe (left) heads for the ball against Canada's Sophie Schmidt as the two get physical during their semifinal match.
France's Elise Bussaglia shoots wide on a late PK that would have tied the game for her team. France lost to Japan 2-1 and will settle for a chance to win the bronze.
Over the top
France's Corine Franco (top) fights with Japan's forward Shinobu Ohno for the ball during their semifinal.
Going for gold
Japan's Yuki Ogimi (left) scores against France. Japan won 2-1 to advance to the gold-medal game. They'll have a chance to add to their 2011 Women's World Cup title.
France's Camille Abily (left) can't get away from Japanese players Saki Kumagai (center) and Azusa Iwashimizu.
Fight for it
Japan's Yuki Ogimi (left), France's Elise Bussaglia (bottom) and Laura Georges jump for the ball during their semifinal at Wembley stadium in London.