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It didn’t take long for the U.S. women’s national team to assert its dominance in the final game of the Send-Off Series against Mexico. In a turn of events from the rainy affair on Thursday, the USWNT found the back of the net early in the rematch, scoring all of its goals in the first half of the 4-0 win to set the tone for the Olympics.

The scoring started in the sixth minute when Carli Lloyd sent a header to Lindsey Horan in the box. The midfielder ran onto the ball and hit a one-time volley over the head of Mexican goalkeeper Itzel González, sending the 27,758 fans in attendance to their feet.

From there, Lloyd notched one of her own off of a service from Crystal Dunn to put the USWNT up 2-0 inside 11 minutes.

A Reyna Reyes own goal gave the USWNT a 3-0 lead in the 37th minute before Tobin Heath scored once again, her second goal in as many games.

With the win, the USWNT extended its home win streak to 58 games. The team will travel to Tokyo and have two weeks off from competition before facing Sweden in the Olympic opener on July 21.