London 2012: 5 Things We Learned from US Women's Soccer Team's Rout of China

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London 2012: 5 Things We Learned from US Women's Soccer Team's Rout of China
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Get used to the red and white, Waldo-esque stripes, America. They'll be around for a very long time. 

Both the men's and women's national teams debuted their new kits this weekend, and both notched impressive victories. 

The U.S. women's national soccer team's 4-1 victory over China at PPL Park in Philadelphia on Sunday was easier than the scoreline indicates for much of the match and that score could've been even prettier if the US had stayed out of its own way at times. 

Alex Morgan scored two goals for Team USA, her fifth multi-goal game, while strike partner Abby Wambach notched her 135th international goal (look out, Mia Hamm) as the USWNT continue their preparations for the London Olympics, kicking off in just under two months. 

What did we learn from their friendly victory over China? Let's discuss...

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