Result: USWNT 6 - 0 Mexico in 2018 Qualifiers
USWNT vs. Mexico will face-off in a Group A match. (Photo by Leslie Plaza Johnson/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Result: USWNT 6 - 0 Mexico in 2018 Qualifiers

Follow the USWNT vs Mexico stream, score and result of the 2018 CONCACAF Championship at Sahlen's Stadium in Cary, North Carolina. Kickoff for USWNT vs Mexico is at 7:30 PM EST. Keep following for the live outcome on VAVEL USA.

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Fulltime: USWNT 6 - Mexico 0
USWNT are off to a great start on the road to the World Cup in France! Thank you for following along tonight. This is Felix Hernandez for VAVEL USA hoping you enjoyed the match. USWNT 6 Mexico 0. So long everybody!
Fulltime: USWNT 6 - Mexico 0
FT: Next up, USWNT faces Panama and Mexico plays against Trinidad and Tobago. Both matches will be played on Sunday night. USWNT vs. Panama at 5 PM EST. Mexico vs. Trinidad and Tobago at 7:30 EST.
Fulltime: USWNT 6 - Mexico 0
FT: With the win, the USWNT sit atop Group A with 3 points. Panama sit in second tied with the USWNT on points but the Americans have the tie breaker with a +6 goal differential. 
Fulltime: USWNT 6 - Mexico 0
90+2': Referee blows the final whistle! Complete domination by the USWNT!
90+1': USWNT not stopping. Still putting major pressure on Mexico. Lloyd almost converts.
90': Fourth referee indicates a minimum of 2 minutes extra time.
87': Horan chance! Another great service from Rapinoe finds Horan's diving header. Save Henninger! 
81': Mexico has their first shot on goal. Easy save for Naeher.
USWNT 6 - Mexico 0
80': GOOOOAAAALLLL! Alex Morgan has a brace! Morgan found Saurbrunn up on the play. Saurbrunn draws a defender and slides a pass back to Morgan who finishes!
Mexico Substitution
78': Murrilo IN, Romero OUT
USWNT Substitution
77': ​Pugh IN, Heath OUT.
76': Rapinoe has a 26 yard free kick chance. Henninger collects. 
74': Morgan should have had a second goal on another US corner. Ball goes wide for a goal kick.
USWNT 5 - Mexico 0
70': GOOOOOOOOAAALLL! Rapinoe again! Insuing corner finds Horan head at the top of the box. Henninger come out but meets Lloyd. Ball rebounds to a wide open Rapinoe who taps it in a wide open net.
69': Horan finds Lloyd in the box. Lloyd's shot is blocked out for corner.
68': Mexico's Mayor makes a run but there are too many US defenders around. Ball out for a goal kick.
USWNT Substitution
66': Sonnett IN, O'Hara OUT.
USWNT Substitution
66': Lloyd IN, Lavelle OUT
63': USWNT almost makes it five, but ball goes over the bar.
USWNT 4 - Mexico 0
61': GOOOOOOAALLLL! Tobin Heath! Dunn brings the ball down the left flank, crosses to a wide open Heath near the penalty spot. Heath header on target and the route is on!
Mexico Substitution
60': Johnson IN, Antonio OUT.
UWSNT 3 - Mexico 0
57': GOOOOOOOOAAALLLL! Alex Morgan! Rapinoe's corner finds Morgan all alone on a perfectly executed set piece. 
56': Lavelle works out of a paper bag in the corner. Forces Mexico to concede a corner kick.
55': Mexico giveaway to Heath outside the top of the box. Heath shot goes over the bar.
52': Ertz involved in a head to head collision. Ertz takes the worst of it. She gets up under on her own. She is back on.
48': Mexico tries to answer but Mayor shot goes wide left. Best chance for Mexico this match.
USWNT 2 - Mexico 0
47': GOOOOOOOAALL! Julie Ertz! Rapinoe takes a free kick in the offensive half. Ball goes off the crossbar from a header, pinballs in the box and Ertz is there to clean up the rebound and score!
Mexico Substitution
46': Palacios IN Sánchez OUT.
Halftime: USWNT 1 - Mexico 0
Complete domination by USWNT but do not have much to show on the scoreboard. Mexico hanging in there only down one. 
45': Referee blows the whistle for halftime.
44': This time O'Hara on the left side. Her cross is cleared out for a US corner. USWNT with all kinds of pressure on Mexico at the near end of the half.
41': Mexico puts a little pressure on the USWNT backline but Dahlkemper clears.
40': Horan misses the header from Heath's corner kick. Goal kick.
37': SAVE Henninger! Rapinoe finds the ball alone after Mexico fails to clear. Henninger barley gets a foot on Rapione's shot. Ball goes wide.
35': Heath finds Horan open near the top of the box again. Horan's shot is blocked again, rebound finds Rapinoe and her shot is deflected harmlessly to Henninger.
34': Heath and Lavelle combine to find Horan at the top of the box. Horan's shot is blocked. Mexico clears.
32': Tobin Heath with a cheeky shot/cross from the right side of the box. Henninger gets two fists to it, just enough for the ball to tap crossbar. Mexico defenders there to clean it up.
29': Rapinoe spins away from her defender but her cross is intercepted by Henninger.
26': POST! Another poor clearance by Mexico. Lavelle's shot hits the outside of the left post. Goal kick Mexico.
25': Miscue by Mexico backline but they are able to get the ball clear before an American could cash in.
21': Heath gets into the left side of the box, her cross is intercepted by Mexico goalkeeper Henninger. 
20': Corner kick for Mexico, their third of the match. Naeher punches it clear and O'Hara clears.
17': USWNT with heavy pressure in the box but can not convert.
14': Mexico approaches the American goal, but can't find a clear shot.
11': Rapinoe takes the ball to the top of the box and gets tripped up. The ball then finds Lavelle and her shot goes wide left just missing the post.
9': Mexico's next corner kick goes for not as the referee blows the whistle for a Mexico foul on Naeher.
9': Mexico earns the first corner of the match. Ball goes out for another Mexico corner kick.
6': USWNT have been dominating. Mexico finally gets a little possession.
USWNT 1 - Mexico 0
3': GOOOOOOOOAAAALLL! All USWNT at the start and Rapinoe touches the ball to the back of the net! Horan may have picked up the assist.
1': Kickoff! We are underway in this Women's World Cup Qualifier!
Teams are out and ready for kickoff!
Mexico Staring XI: Henninger, Romero, Bernal, Sierra, Ferral, Robles, Rangel, Antonio, Sánchez, Mayor, Corral.
USWNT Starting XI: Naeher; Dunn, Dahlkemper, Sauerbrunn, O'Hara, Lavelle, Ertz, Horan, Rapinoe, Heath, Morgan.
The starting lineups are in!
Panama wins their first CONCACAF Championship match in 12 years! They are at the top of Group A with a 3-0 win over Trinidad and Tobago.
At halftime Panama lead Trinidad and Tobago 1-0! If result holds, Panama will lead Group A.
The 2018 CONCACAF Championship is underway with Trinidad and Tobago vs. Panama kicking off the tournament! Both nations are in Group A with USA and Mexico.
Healthy updates from the USWNT: Kelley O'Hara says she is fully healthy after numerous leg/ankle injuries throughout the summer. Megan Rapinoe ribs are fine. 
USWNT roster news: Head coach Jill Ellis officially names Carli Lloyd, Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe team captains.
Some interesting facts about Mexico going into Game Day: Mexico was the last team to defeat the USWNT in the CONCACAF Championship on November 5, 2010. Of the 20 players: 8 play for La Liga in Mexico, 8 play throughout Europe, 3 in the NWSL and 1 in college (Maria Sánchez, Santa Clara)
One more sleep until the CONCACAF Championships begins!
Be sure to check back here as new information such as injuries and starting lineups become available. Then join me Thursday for LIVE game updates.
The match will be broadcast on FS2 on Thursday at 7:30 PM EST.
Missing off USWNT roster is midfielder McCall Zerboni who suffered a broken elbow in a friendly match against Chile on September 4. Defender Tierna Davidson was also left off the roster due to a fractured ankle playing for Stanford. Davidson recently scored her first international goal against Chile on August 31.
Mexico will feature three players from the NWSLSky Blue FC forward Kaitlyn Johnson, Chicago Red Stars defender Christina Murillo and Houston Dash goalkeeper Bianca Henninger.
With less than a year away from the 2019 World Cup, the US Women are playing on a high. The last loss came in July of 2017 against Australia. Since the loss, USWNT have outscored top 10 ranked opponents (England, Australia, Germany, France, CanadaJapan and Brazil) 19-7. Overall since the loss, US Women have outscored all opponents 58-17.
The USWNT also added hardware to their own in 2018. They won the SheBelieves Cup in March and Tournament of Nations in early September. The only points the USWNT dropped in those tournaments were a draw against France in SheBelieves Cup and a draw against Australia in Tournament of Nations. Thursday USWNT will begin their hunt for a eighth CONCACAF Championship title.
Mexico went undefeated in the Central American and Caribbean games winning their second consecutive gold medal. Leading the way for El Tri in goals were Katlyn JohnsonMonica Ocampo and Charlyn Corral all scoring 3 goals each. The three goals for the trio was enough to lead the tournament as well.
In 2018 the USWNT have not lost a match in the calendar year with a record of 11-0-2. Mexico (El tri) have gone 9-4-0 in 2018, winning the 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games gold medal.
This will be the third USWNT vs. Mexico matchup in 2018. In two friendlies in April, the USWNT took both matches by a combined score of 10-3. Forward Alex Morgan lead the USWNT in goals with four. Midfielder Carli Lloyd scored her 100th career international goal in the second matchup on April 8.
Trinidad and Tobago vs Panama will open up Group A and the tournament in the first match of the day at 5 PM EST. Followed by USWNT vs Mexico. Group B will feature Canada, JamaicaCosta Rica and Cuba. The tournament will serve as qualification for the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France. The top 2 in each group will advance to the knockout rounds. The top 3 finishers in the tournament will qualify for the World Cup. Fourth place will be forced into a two legged playoff against Argentina for the final World Cup spot. Not only will the USWNT be looking to defend their CONCACAF Championship but this will be the first steps to defending their Women’s World Cup title.
Hello and welcome to VAVEL USA Live coverage of the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Championship group match between the United States Women National Team vs. Mexico. My name is Felix Hernandez and I will be your host. From now until kickoff on Thursday, October 4 at 7:30 PM EST, I will be keeping you updated on news and notes. Be sure to come back a kickoff for LIVE updates.
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