Following Alex Morgan's goal in the first half of the FIFA Women's World Cup semifinal, the score read: United States 2, England 1.
But after Morgan's celebration, a different scoreboard could look something like this: Alex Morgan 1, England 0.
Morgan, who is celebrating her 30th birthday Tuesday, netted a header past English goalkeeper Carly Telford in the 31st minute of the first half. She darted to toward the corner and pretended to take a sip of tea – pinky extended — before her teammates swarmed her.
Obviously, it was a shot at the tea-loving country across the pond.
Alex Morgan trolling England by sipping tea is LEGENDARY ??pic.twitter.com/BzIBNx0xzu
ALEX MORGAN PUTS THE U.S. BACK ON TOP!
? peep the celebration too ☕️pic.twitter.com/FdWngP3cto
Christen Press scored the first goal of the game in the 10th minute to put the U.S. women out front, before Ellen White found the equalizer nine minutes later for England.
Morgan and White are now tied with American Megan Rapinoe, who was held out of Tuesday's contest, atop the scoring leaderboard this tournament with five goals each.
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