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Press, Morgan score to lead USWNT past England and into Women's World Cup final

LYON, France -- History says the United States wins when it scores in World Cup semifinals.

More recent history indicated doing that would be easier said than done in Tuesday's semifinal against England without the player responsible for every U.S. goal in the knockout round.

And history didn't have anything at all to say about VAR.

Without Megan Rapinoe -- the star of the tournament to this point and emotional talisman who was missing with an apparent injury against England -- the U.S. women still found a pair of goals for the third game in a row.