South

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — The U.S. women's national team had its 22-match winning streak on home soil snapped Thursday night in a scoreless draw against a surprisingly resilient South Korean team.

South Korea midfielder Park Yeeun (15) is held by United States midfielder Catarina Macario (17) during the first half of an international friendly soccer match in Kansas City, Kan., Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021. (AP Photo/Colin E. Braley) © Provided by Associated Press South Korea midfielder Park Yeeun (15) is held by United States midfielder Catarina Macario (17) during the first half of an international friendly soccer match in Kansas City, Kan., Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021. (AP Photo/Colin E. Braley)

The Americans were one win away from matching the longest home streak in team history, set from April 1993 to February 1996.

South Korea goal keeper Yoon Younggeul stops a shot by the United States during the first half of an international friendly soccer match in Kansas City, Kan., Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021. (AP Photo/Colin E. Braley) © Provided by Associated Press South Korea goal keeper Yoon Younggeul stops a shot by the United States during the first half of an international friendly soccer match in Kansas City, Kan., Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021. (AP Photo/Colin E. Braley)

They are still unbeaten in 61 matches at home, which includes 55 wins and six draws. It was the first time in 60 games on home soil that the team failed to score.

United States' Carli Lloyd, center, reacts as she warms up with teammates before an international friendly soccer match against South Korea in Kansas City, Kan., Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021. (AP Photo/Colin E. Braley) © Provided by Associated Press United States' Carli Lloyd, center, reacts as she warms up with teammates before an international friendly soccer match against South Korea in Kansas City, Kan., Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021. (AP Photo/Colin E. Braley)

It was the first of two matches against South Korea. The teams meet again on Tuesday in St. Paul, Minnesota.


Video: Take a look at Corey LaJoie’s ‘Stroker Ace’ throwback for Kansas (NASCAR)

Take a look at Corey LaJoie’s ‘Stroker Ace’ throwback for Kansas > NASCAR See more videos "> See more videos > > > > > What to watch next
  • Multiple Xfinity Series cars collected in Texas crash Multiple Xfinity Series cars collected in Texas crash>

    Multiple Xfinity Series cars collected in Texas crash

    NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • Brandon Brown takes hard hit, wrecks out at Texas Brandon Brown takes hard hit, wrecks out at Texas>

    Brandon Brown takes hard hit, wrecks out at Texas

    NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • Daniel Hemric on runner-up finish after strong showing at Texas Daniel Hemric on runner-up finish after strong showing at Texas>

    Daniel Hemric on runner-up finish after strong showing at Texas

    NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • John Hunter Nemechek outruns the field for Xfinity Series win at Texas John Hunter Nemechek outruns the field for Xfinity Series win at Texas>

    John Hunter Nemechek outruns the field for Xfinity Series win at Texas

    NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • Nemechek: ‘I had to win to prove to myself that I can do this’ Nemechek: ‘I had to win to prove to myself that I can do this’>

    Nemechek: ‘I had to win to prove to myself that I can do this’

    NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • Sports betting 101: Picking the race winner at Texas Sports betting 101: Picking the race winner at Texas>

    Sports betting 101: Picking the race winner at Texas

    NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • Finalists for 2021 Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award revealed Finalists for 2021 Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award revealed>

    Finalists for 2021 Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award revealed

    NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • LaJoie details his wreck in 2022 Next Gen car LaJoie details his wreck in 2022 Next Gen car>

    LaJoie details his wreck in 2022 Next Gen car

    NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • Family profile: Love of NASCAR begins at young age for Becerras Family profile: Love of NASCAR begins at young age for Becerras>

    Family profile: Love of NASCAR begins at young age for Becerras

    NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • Preview: Texas-sized showdown in NASCAR Playoffs Preview: Texas-sized showdown in NASCAR Playoffs>

    Preview: Texas-sized showdown in NASCAR Playoffs

    NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • Scanner Sounds: They’re even now, aren’t they? Scanner Sounds: They’re even now, aren’t they?>

    Scanner Sounds: They’re even now, aren’t they?

    NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • Elliott: Wishing Harvick ‘a merry off-season, happy Christmas’ Elliott: Wishing Harvick ‘a merry off-season, happy Christmas’>

    Elliott: Wishing Harvick ‘a merry off-season, happy Christmas’

    NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • Harvick: ‘Sometimes real life teaches you good lessons’ Harvick: ‘Sometimes real life teaches you good lessons’>

    Harvick: ‘Sometimes real life teaches you good lessons’

    NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • Larry Mac reacts to Next Gen’s looks and number placement Larry Mac reacts to Next Gen’s looks and number placement>

    Larry Mac reacts to Next Gen’s looks and number placement

    NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • Larry Mac breaks down center lug wheels on Next Gen car Larry Mac breaks down center lug wheels on Next Gen car>

    Larry Mac breaks down center lug wheels on Next Gen car

    NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • How hard should non-playoff drivers race playoff drivers? How hard should non-playoff drivers race playoff drivers?>

    How hard should non-playoff drivers race playoff drivers?

    NASCAR Logo NASCAR
> > > > >
  • Multiple Xfinity Series cars collected in Texas crash Multiple Xfinity Series cars collected in Texas crash> Multiple Xfinity Series cars collected in Texas crash Tanner Berryhill gets loose, slides up the track and collects others in Xfinity Series crash at Texas Motor Speedway. NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • Brandon Brown takes hard hit, wrecks out at Texas Brandon Brown takes hard hit, wrecks out at Texas> Brandon Brown takes hard hit, wrecks out at Texas Brandon Brown slides across the track and makes hard contact with the inside barrier in the Xfinity Series race at Texas Motor Speedway. NASCAR Logo NASCAR
  • Daniel Hemric on runner-up finish after strong showing at Texas Daniel Hemric on runner-up finish after strong showing at Texas> Daniel Hemric on runner-up finish after strong showing at Texas Daniel Hemric's first-win bid comes up just short after leading 55 laps at Texas Motor Speedway in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. NASCAR Logo NASCAR
UP NEXT UP NEXT