USWNT vs. Netherlands live stream: Watch 2019 Women's World Cup final


USWNT vs. Netherlands live stream: Watch 2019 Women's World Cup final

And then there were two. 

The United States Women's National Team will face the Netherlands on Sunday in the 2019 Women's World Cup final in Lyon. The USWNT is going for their second straight gold as they play in their third straight title game. 

Leading the way are USWNT stars Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe. Morgan's six goals are tied for the most in the tournament. Rapinoe is right behind her with five. 

Both Morgan and Rapinoe have made headlines for being outspoken on multiple subjects and with the way they celebrate their goals. No matter what people say, they'll hope to celebrate more goals come Sunday. 

Vivianne Miedema leads the Netherlands with three goals. 

Here's how to watch the Women's World Cup championship match live online.

When: Sunday, July 7, at 8 a.m. PT
Live Stream: FOX Sports Go and FuboTV

Sheffield United shocks Chelsea with unlikely David McGoldrick goals

Sheffield United shocks Chelsea with unlikely David McGoldrick goals

The Premier League hasn't had many surprises since Leicester City lifted the trophy in 2016, let alone compelling ones.

Sheffield United and David McGoldrick are making up for lost time.

They jumped up to sixth place Saturday, thanks to a 3-0 win over third-place Chelsea at Bramall Lane. McGoldrick scored not once, but twice, ending a 27-game league scoring drought.

The Irish striker opened the scoring in the 18th minute, slotting a rebound past Kepa moments after the Chelsea goalkeeper sprawled to save a deflected shot. McGoldrick sealed Sheffield United's victory in the 77th, giving the Blades a 3-0 advantage after pouncing on the Blues' failed clearance.

Should Sheffield United maintain their place after Wolves' match against Everton on Sunday, the Blades will have the inside track to a UEFA Europa League place and an outside shot at one in the Champions League.

Not bad for a club playing in England's third division just over three years ago.

Sheffield United hadn't been in the Premier League since being relegated in 2007, earning promotion to England's top flight after finishing second in the Championship last year. The Blades have been on an upward trajectory since hiring Chris Wilder in 2016, winning a trophy, earning promotion or both in two of the last three seasons.

Promoted Premier League sides as recently as least season, when Wolves made it to the Europa League. Sheffield United, however, spent far less than Wolves and the rest of their top-flight counterparts. Only Southampton and recently relegated Norwich City have a lower net-spend than Sheffield United over the last five seasons, according to Transfermarkt.

Wilder's innovative 3-5-2 system has done wonders for Sheffield United, and the Blades have done very well against some of the Premier League's best sides. They've now beaten or drawn with each of the league's "Big Six" sides, aside from the last two champions: Liverpool and Manchester City.

With 54 points, Sheffield United already have ensured their best-ever point total in the Premier League. Adding their first-ever appearance in European competition would be quite a way for the Blades to commemorate their return to the English top flight, and McGoldrick is one of many unlikely heroes who could become club legends.

Chelsea lineup: Christian Pulisic starts on wing vs. Sheffield United

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Chelsea lineup: Christian Pulisic starts on wing vs. Sheffield United

American star Christian Pulisic is becoming a fixture in Chelsea manager Frank Lampard's starting XI.

Pulisic once again will start against Sheffield United on Saturday, earning his fifth consecutive start of the resumed Premier League season.

Even as the Blues have signed or been linked to some of Europe's most promising attackers, Pulisic has been an undeniable presence for Chelsea. The 21-year-old has scored or assisted in every single match since the Premier League season restarted last month, and his eight goals in the league this season are double his previous career high.

Pulisic and Chelsea will have their hands full Saturday at Bramall Lane, as Sheffield United have beaten two rivals for European places -- Tottenham Hotspur and Wolves -- in each of their last two matches. Nine points separate the Blues (60 points) and the Blades (51), but the latter will move to sixth in the table with a victory Saturday.

Here's how Sheffield United will line up.

The match kicks off at 12:30 p.m. ET/9:30 a.m. PT on NBCSN.