Morgan scores 2 late goals, US rallies to win


FRISCO, Texas (AP) -- Alex Morgan tied it in the 88th minute and added the winner just before the final whistle in stoppage time to give the U.S. women's soccer team a dramatic 2-1 victory over New Zealand on Saturday in a chilly exhibition game at FC Dallas Stadium.

In stoppage time with the temperate around freezing, Rachel Buehler delivered a cross from the left wing into the middle, where Abby Wambach headed it high in the air. Morgan got under it about 6 yards in front of the net and headed it off the right post and in for the winner.

Two weeks after winning the CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying tournament for the 2012 London Olympics with five straight victories by a combined score of 38-0, the U.S. dominated possession, but appeared headed for a stunning defeat before Morgan's late heroics.

Hannah Wilkinson scored for New Zealand in the 49th minute