Megan Rapinoe has done it again.
With the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup final between the United States Women's National Team and the Netherlands still scoreless in the 58th minute, the U.S. went on the attack and Alex Morgan drew a foul on Stefanie van der Gragt in the box. While it wasn't initially ruled a foul, the referee went to VAR and awarded a penalty kick to the United States.
Rapinoe did the rest, duping Sari van Veenendaal for her sixth goal of the World Cup and 50th career goal for the USWNT in the 61st minute.
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With the Netherlands reeling, Rose Lavelle stuck them with the pointy end in the 69th minute, giving the US a 2-0 lead with a crisp left-footed boot.
The U.S. held on to win 2-0, securing back-to-back World Cup titles for the first time in their history and becoming only the second team ever to do so.
The upcoming matchup looks to be a good one on Saturday, but there are some hindering factors for Liverpool FC. They could be missing starting forward Mo Salah and left back Andy Robertson due to injury.
The club is currently leading the league with 34 points and it unbeaten through 12 matches (11-1-0).
Crystal Palace, on the other hand, has lost four of the last five matches falling to 12th place in the Premier League. The squad has not beaten Liverpool since April 23, 2017, and has yet to do so at home in Selhurst Park since Nov. 23, 2014. That's five years to the day of Saturday's match.
Here's how to watch Crystal Palace-Liverpool exclusively streaming on NBC Sports Gold.
When: Saturday Nov. 23 at 10 a.m. ET/7 a.m. PT
Live Stream: NBC Sports Gold
All but one match during Saturday's 10 a.m. ET/7 a.m. PT window will air only on NBC Sports Gold. Here is the remainder of the schedule:
Brighton vs. Leicester City
Bournemouth vs. Wolves
Watford vs. Burnley
Everton vs. Norwich City
Will the Jose Mourinho get off to a good start for Tottenham Hotspur?
Tottenham haven't won an English Premier League match since Sept. 28, and currently sit in 14th place in the table. That dreadful stretch led to Hotspur firing manager Mauricio Pochettino. Spurs hired Jose Mourinho even after the former Chelsea manager said the Tottenham gig wasn't for him.
His opinion obviously changed, and it's fitting Mourinho will make his Tottenham debut against West Ham on Saturday. The Hammers currently sit in 16th place in the Premier League table and are not a fan of Mourinho. (They trolled him after Tottenham hired him in a since-deleted tweet.)
West Ham haven't won at Spurs since May 5, 2017, and Mourinho can earn some goodwill from the Tottenham faithful with a win in the London Derby.
Here's how to watch West Ham-Tottenham live on TV and online:
When: Saturday, Nov. 23, at 7:30 a.m. ET/4:30 a.m. PT
TV Channel: NBCSN
Live Stream: NBC Sports