Hope Solo earned her 100th career international shutout in Saturday's tuneup before next month's Olympics.
CHICAGO — Hope Solo got her 100th international shutout and Crystal Dunn scored in the 35th minute to lead the United States past South Africa 1-0 on Saturday at Soldier Field.
The match was a tuneup before next month’s Olympics. World Cup star Carli Lloyd returned for the first time since suffering a knee injury in April, playing part of the second half after entering as a substitute.
It was the first meeting between the countries in women’s soccer and was a fairly competitive match. Dunn was able to make her short-range shot after an impressive cross from Mallory Pugh.
The U.S. has one more game against Costa Rica on July 22 in Kansas City before leaving for the Olympics in Brazil.