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SBI USWNT Woman of the Match: Tobin Heath


On a night where the U.S. women’s national team’s set piece skills were on display, it was Tobin Heath who walked away the best player on the field in the team’s 3-0 win over Chile.

Heath registered an assist on the first goal, sending a corner kick into the middle of the box for Tierna Davidson to pounce on it. The team’s second goal came off of Heath’s well-delivered corner, with Julie Ertz’s ball being put in by a Chile defender. Additionally, Heath was active on the left side of the forward line, providing opportunities for her teammates to add to their goal tally.

Honorable mention goes to Christen Press, who was impressive on Heath’s opposite side and recorded a goal on her 101st cap, and Rose Lavelle, who continues to impress in her return from injury.


  1. Tobin has been playing the best soccer of her career lately and it is nice to see her getting credit for her efforts. Same for Christen Press. While we are on the subject of awards, let me also issue a Hall of Shame Nomination for the referee for not knowing the rule(s) governing PK re-kicks for encroachment. Hopefully this match will end her FIFA officiating career!!!


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