Watch: USA celebrates Women’s World Cup with dressing room dancing, singing

The United States Women’s National Team celebrated its 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup title with dance occasions and a sing-a-long to Queen’s We Are the Champions after beating the Netherlands inside the remaining.

Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe and the rest of the championship crew moreover sprayed champaign and liked completely different grownup drinks following the 2-0 victory Sunday in Lyon.

The group’s celebratory soundtrack moreover included DJ Khaled’s All I Do is Win, Usher’s Yeah, and Lil Jon’s Get Low, amongst completely different nostalgic tunes.

Players held their cellphones for selfie-style motion pictures, which they posted to their Instagram tales. Gold confetti adorned the dressing room flooring. The U.S. women’ group danced on prime of the confetti of their socks whereas carrying gold medals around their necks and goggles on their eyes for canopy from the flying champagne spray.

Rapinoe was a bit late to the dressing room celebration as she spoke to reporters at an info conference following the victory. She ran into the room afterward and was showered with champaign and the screams of her teammates.

The U.S. women’ group left the stadium with each participant carrying a glowing bottle of champaign.

“We leaned on our experience this entire tournament,” Rapinoe said. “We had some extraordinarily highly effective video games, a great deal of media consideration and pressure, so I imagine for us older players to carry that load and set the appropriate occasion for the youthful players is a giant trigger as to why we had been able to be so worthwhile.

“There isn’t any group that’s extra battle-tested in knockout levels, and that’s what this group is all about.”

USA coach Jill Ellis has under no circumstances misplaced a World Cup match all through her tenure as supervisor, going undefeated in 14 matches on the occasion. She will also be the first coach to win two Women’s World Cup titles.

“They’re a tremendous group of gamers and a good higher group of individuals,” Ellis informed Fox Sports. “I might barely converse [in the huddle]. I simply stated, ‘You’re unbelievable. Congratulations. You made historical past. Enjoy it.'”

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