Result: USWNT 3- 0 Mexico in an International Friendly 
USWNT Co=Captain Megan Rapinoe (15) battles against Kenti Robles (2) during last year's CONCACAF Women's Championship  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Result: USWNT 3- 0 Mexico in an International Friendly 

Follow the USWNT vs Mexico WNT stream, score, and result of an international friendly at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey. Kickoff for USWNT vs Mexico is at 11:30 AM EST. Keep following for the live outcome on VAVEL USA

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Final: USWNT 3 - Mexico 0
FT: USWNT dominate in possession but have a little trouble finishing their chances. Thank you for following along this morning/afternoon. This is Felix Hernandez for VAVEL USA hoping you enjoyed the match. USWNT 3 - Mexico 0. So long everybody.
Final USWNT 3 - Mexico 0
FT: This concludes the USWNT Send Off Series. USWNT is off to France for the FIFA Women's World Cup! Tournament begins June 7.
90+4': Head referee looks at the watch and blows the final whistle. Final score USWNT 3 - Mexico 0
Extra Time
90+1': Fourth official indicates a minimum of 3 extra minutes.
Mexico Substitution
90'+1: Delgado IN Espinosa OUT due to injury
USWNT 3 - Mexico 0
88': GOOOOOAALLL! Press extends the lead! Gets away from her defender 19 yards out and finishes with her left foot to the right side netting .
USWNT Chance
87': Lloyd does not stop! Another chance for her as her header goes high over the bar.
Mexico Substitutions
86: J. Robles, Martinez OUT, Garza and Cruz IN
USWNT Offside
84': Both Press and Lloyd were called offside
Mexico Substitution
82': Sánchez IN, Palacios OUT
USWNT Chance
81: Pugh gets a shot off but rolls wide left.
80': Pugh is given credit for the last USWNT goal
USWNT Chance
78': O'Hara header goes over the bar. 
USWNT 2 - Mexico 0
76': GOOOOOOOAALLL! Lloyd collected a ball down the left side of the box. Slides a centering ball and goes off a Mexico defender into the net in a goalmouth scrabble. 
75': Ertz was down due to injury. Ertz is back up under her own power.
USWNT Chance
73': Santiago comes up big again! This time stopping Horan 18 yards out. Good lead up by the USWNT.
USWNT Substitution
71': Sonnett IN, Heath OUT
USWNT Offside
67': Carli Lloyd scores but goal is taken away by an offside call. Took Lloyd a little bit to recognize the call.
Mexico Substitution
65': Franco IN, Ovalle OUT
65': Play delayed for a hydration break.
63': Good lead up by the USWNT but O'Hara's cross hits on top of the net.
USWNT Offside
54': Super-sub Lloyd all alone but is called for the offside.
Mexico Corner
52': Mexico earns a corner. Nothing doing as USWNT clears the ball.
USWNT Substitutions
USWNT halftime substitutions: IN: Press, Lloyd, Horan, Long, Pugh. OUT: Rapinoe, Morgan, Lavelle, Dunn, Sauerbrunn.
USWNT Chance.
46': US Substitute Lloyd got the Mexico goalkeeper down but a Mexico defender comes and makes the save.
Start of the second half
46': The second half begins with USWNT kickoff. USWNT 1 - Mexico 0
HT': USWNT not finishing their chances. Mexico staying in this game with some big saves by Santiago. 
USWNT 1 - Mexico 0
45+1': Referee blows the whistle for halftime.
USWNT Chance
45+1': Santiago robs Dunn again! Great touch by Dunn and lets go a shot but Santiago is better and comes up with another fantastic save.
45': Fourth official indicates a minimum of 1 extra minute of extra time.
USWNT Corner
44': Nothing doing on two USWNT corners. Ball finally goes out for a Mexico goal kick.
USWNT Chance
44': Heath finds Dunn with a great centering pass. Dunn's header is saved by Santiago. Santiago coming up big today!
Mexico yellow card
39': K. Robles issued a yellow card.
USWNT Counter
35': USWNT on the counter attack. Morgan is one on one with Santiago on the left side. Santiago comes up with a big save!
USWNT Chance
33': Heath receives a pass from Lavelle inside the right side of the box. Heath's shot goes wide left.
USWNT Chance
29': Dunn sends in a ball to Morgan inside the 6 yard box but Morgan miss hits the ball and Mexico clears.
USWNT Chance
28': USWNT with good pressure in Mexico's penalty area. Lavelle shot is a weak one and is stopped by Santiago.
USWNT 1 - Mexico 0
11': GOOOOOOAALLL! Mexico goalkeeper Santiago makes a mess of things and gives the ball away to Tobin Heath at the center of the box. 1-0 USWNT!
USWNT Chance
4': Rapinoe tries to chip the keeper from the outside of the box. Ball just goes wide right.
1': Head referee blows the whistle and we are off!
Fantastic USA National Anthem! National Anthems are done and we are set to go!
Mexico Starting XI
Santiago; Robles, Romero, Bernal, Lopez, Nieto, Robles, Ovalle, Espinosa, Palacios, Martínez
USWNT Starting XI
Naeher; O'Hara, Dahlkemper, Sauerbrunn, Dunn, Lavelle, Ertz, Mewis, Heath, Morgan, Rapinoe.
The starting lineups are in!
Good morning! Its game day and last match before the USWNT go to the  2019 FIFA Women's World Cup!
Less than 24 hours till game time
Be sure to check back here as new information such as injuries, replacements and starting lineups become available. Then join me Sunday afternoon for live game updates.
The USWNT will travel to London, England for pre-tournament camp preparations. After they will travel to France for their first 2019 World Cup match June 11 against Thailand. USWNT will face Chile on June 16 and finishing Group F play against Sweden June 20.
Mexico Women’s National Team are coming off two matches against Women’s World Cup bound squads. On May 18, Mexico traveled to Toronto, Canada for a match against Canada WNT where they were shut out by a 3-0 scoreline. Four days later, Mexico took on New Zealand in a closed door match In New York City. 19 year old Lizbeth Ovalle scored late but was not enough as New Zealand took the match 2-1. This Mexico side is comprised of younger inexperienced players as many of the regular players decided to skip this series of matches to stay with their club teams. Only defender Arianna Romero from the Houston Dash of the chose to report to camp.
The USWNT send off series tour began on May 16 in Santa Clara, California with a 3-0 win against South Africa. Sam Mewis collected a brace and Carli Lloyd added one late. The tour continued with a 5-0 win in St. Louis, Missouri against New Zealand. This time Lloyd scored a brace while Mewis would score one late. Heath and Rose Lavelle contributed scoring first half goals. Defender Ali Krieger came on as a substitute in the second half for her 100th USWNT appearance.
The last time USWNT and Mexico played was during the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Championship where the US won by a 6-0 scoreline in group play. Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe lead the scoring with a brace each while Julie Ertz and Tobin Heath each added a goal of their own. The USWNT would go on to win the tournament while Mexico failed to reach the knockout stage and would not qualify for the Women’s World Cup.
This will be the last tune-up match for the USWNT before departing for France and the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The match will be played at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey.
Hello and welcome to VAVEL USA Live coverage of a friendly match between the United States Women’s National Team vs. Mexico. My name is Felix Hernandez and I will be your host. From now until kickoff on Sunday, May 26 at 11:30 AM EST, I will be keeping you updated on news and notes. Be sure to come back a kickoff for LIVE updates.