In the semifinal of the Women's World Cup, Rose Lavelle wasted no time embarrassing an opposing defender.
The Washington Spirit star midfielder set up the first scoring chance for the U.S. in the fourth minute with a filthy nutmeg on Millie Bright.
Later, LaVelle's dummy work set up Christen Press to score the first goal of the game to put Team USA up, 1-0.
The 24-year old midfielder is making her first World Cup appearance. Through four games, Lavelle has displayed her shifty play-making skills while recording two goals.
But, the dominance was cut off early Tuesday evening.
During the 65th minute, LaVelle went down on the field. The TV broadcast caught her saying "it's my hamstring" to the medical bench and teammates. Samantha Mewis subbed in for LaVelle.
USA or England will play the winner of the Netherlands-Chile match, which is scheduled for 3 p.m. Wednesday.
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