ATLANTA (AP) " Carli Lloyd scored her 94th international goal, Megan Rapinoe knelt again during the national anthem and the U.S. women's national team beat the Netherlands 3-1 on Sunday night.
Rapinoe, who entered as a substitute in the 64th minute, took a knee during the anthem for the second straight national team match and fourth game overall. She has said she wanted to express solidarity with San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who is attempting to bring attention to racial inequality.
Lloyd tied it at 1 in the 35th minute. Tobin Heath ran in open space down the right sideline and found a trailing Lloyd near the penalty spot. Lloyd, who was coming off a hat trick against Thailand on Thursday, scored her 15th goal of the year.
The U.S. took a 2-1 lead in the 50th on an own goal after it appeared Netherlands defender Mandy van den Berg was tripped into the ball in front of the net.
Allie Long made it 3-1 in the 78th. Rapinoe chipped it into the 6-yard box, Alex Morgan headed it back across goal and Long knocked it in.
It was the team's second game since goalkeeper Hope Solo was suspended for six months.
Ashlyn Harris started in the United States' 9-0 victory over Thailand and Alyssa Naeher got the nod against the Netherlands.
Naeher didn't face much pressure after the opening five minutes and finished with four saves.
The Netherlands opened the scoring in the second minute when Shanice van de Sanden finished on a breakaway. She raced to a glancing defensive header and finished on a breakaway by powering it past Naeher. Van de Sanden had an open shot knocked wide by Naeher in the 79th.
Lieke Martens tried to chip Naeher in the fourth minute but it went over the crossbar.
The U.S. had two shots hit off the post in the second half. Ali Krieger sent in a cross in the 49th minute but Morgan Brian's one-touch deflected off the post and Morgan's rebound attempt was blocked. Christen Press had an open shot hit the post in the 53rd.
This story has been automatically published from the Associated Press wire which uses US spellings