Alex Morgan makes history and gives USWNT the lead with tea-sipping birthday goal

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<a class="link rapid-noclick-resp" href="/ncaaf/players/292082/" data-ylk="slk:Alex Morgan">Alex Morgan</a> sipped some imaginary tea after scoring the USWNT's second goal against England. (Photo by Catherine Ivill - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)
Alex Morgan sipped some imaginary tea after scoring the USWNT's second goal against England. (Photo by Catherine Ivill - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

Birthday girl Alex Morgan made history on Tuesday when she became the first player in Women’s World Cup history to score a goal on her natal day.

Oh, and that goal she scored in the 31st minute? It broke the tie against England and gave the USWNT the lead in its 2-1 victory.

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Here’s Morgan’s absolutely fabulous tea-sipping celebration.

Was Morgan throwing shade at the tea-loving English and their insecurity about how confident the USWNT are? Or was she simply doing her version of the famous Kermit tea-sipping meme? Why not both!

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