After dropping two straight at the SheBelieves tournament, the U.S. women's national team rebounded with two dominant performances.
Crystal Dunn had two goals for the second straight game, helping the U.S. cruise to a 5-1 win over Russia in an international exhibition game Sunday.
“It's important for us to regroup,” Dunn said. “We were all disappointed with SheBelieves results, but it's all about the journey into World Cup, so 2018 is what we are setting out for.”
Dunn scored in the 38th minute off a pass from Meghan Klingenberg before opening the second half with her fourth goal in the two Russian friendlies off a pass from Mallory Pugh.