Alex Morgan is having an excellent 30th birthday, you guys.
The USWNT star scored the go-ahead goal in the 31st minute of today’s 2-1 win over England, adding onto a Christen Press goal in the 10th minute of play. It was Morgan’s first time scoring since her record-breaking 5-goal performance in game one, and the birthday girl celebrated with a power move for the ages:
An iconic moment against England, and two days before Independence Day. Just…*chef kiss*.
Alex Morgan at the Boston Tea Party, 1773. Oil on canvas. pic.twitter.com/rRUU8ASagd— (@johnstons08) July 2, 2019
“no taxation without representation” -alex morgan, 1775 pic.twitter.com/XyrUJsbYfT— stupid bitch (@harrykanefc) July 2, 2019
1662: Catherine of Braganza, wife of Charles II, introduced the ritual of drinking tea in England as the preferred everyday beverage.— Jake Marsh (@PMTsportsbiz) July 2, 2019
2019: Alex Morgan, stud @USWNT soccer player, uses that same beverage as her goal celebration in the WWC Semifinals on her birthday vs. England. pic.twitter.com/tobzZglKPQ
Significant Moments in Anglo-American Relations— roger bennett (@rogbennett) July 2, 2019
1776 American Revolution
1941 America Enter Second World War
2019 Alex Morgan restores all damage Piers Morgan has single handedly done to her surname
The U.S. will take the field again on Sunday, when they’ll take on the winner of tomorrow’s matchup between Sweden and the Netherlands.
Photo credit: Time