USWNT v New Zealand deep-dive review: why were there so many goals and why were there almost as many disallowed?

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Joe, Jordan, and Taylor are back together again (via the magic of the internet) for 45 minutes of audio-goodness, as they discuss the USWNT's emphatic 6-1 win over New Zealand in their second game at the Olympics. Why did the US look so much more comfortable this time and how much of that is the fault of New Zealand's approach? Plus, why so many offside goals, who shone the brightest in an overall bright performance for the USA, and where does the US go from here ahead of its final group stage opponent: Sam Kerr... err... Australia.

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