Abby Wambach (L) of the US vies with Li Jiayue of China
Abby Wambach (L) of the US vies with Li Jiayue of China during a women's international friendly match at PPL Park in Chester, Pensylvania, on May 27, 2012.
US forward Abby Wambach waves to the crowd before the start of Sunday's friendly against China at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. The US defeated China, 4-1, hours after learning the final Olympic roster for the US team. Yes, Wambach made the team.
USA and China line up before start of Sunday's friendly at PPL Park in Pennsylvania.
Lights, camera, action
A view of PPL Park in Chester, Pa., on Sunday during the China vs. USA women's soccer match.
Abby Wambach (No, 20) of the US vies with Li Jiayue of China during a women's international friendly match at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. The Chinese actually scored first, forcing the Americans to regroup in the first half.
USA defender Christie Rampone (No. 3) clears the ball away from Chinese goalkeeper Han Wenxia (No. 18) during the first half Sunday.
US forward Abby Wambach (No. 20) had a battle on her hands much of Sunday, like this joust with China defender Liu Huana during the first half. Ultimately, Wambach found the back of the net for one of the Americans' four goals.
Keeping Hope alive
USA goalkeeper Hope Solo cradles the ball after making a save against China during the second half of match.
USA midfielder Lauren Cheyney (No. 12) pushes the ball past midfielder Li Wen of China during the second half.
China goalkeeper Zhang Yanru makes a diving save against the US during the second half of the match at PPL Park.
Indeed, Alex Morgan (No. 13) was ballin'. She scored a pair of goals and set up another in the 4-1 victory.