Alex Morgan never gets tired of winning championships, even though he has won numerous titles already.

Morgan converted an injury in the 78th minutes and in the 78th minute, the U.S. women's national team took home their CONCACAF W Championship 1-0 over Canada on Monday night, to make sure that the region has places in 2024's Olympics.

"It just feels great to be the champion and this tournament simply means much to us. This game will always be a huge deal," Morgan said. "

It was evident that in the face of Canada the Canadians gave us an opportunity to prove ourselves however, we won and are pleased with our result."

Then, as FIFA the president Gianni Infantino watched from a private box and it was clear that the United States finally broke a deadlock

the moment Rose Lavelle was fouled in the box, and Morgan was able to fool Canadian goalkeeper Kailen Sheridan to take the penalty.

Morgan's 118th career mark.

"Alex is a big player, and big players are born for big moments," U.S. coach Vlatko Andonovski stated. "And that's what makes her special."

Jamaica knocked out Costa Rica 1-0 in overtime earlier on Monday to secure third spot in the tournament.

Kalyssa van Zanten scored the goal in the second minute of the game to give Jamaica the advantage in the previous game.

"I spoke to her prior to when she went in, and I explained that there's a reason in the boot, and she smiled.

Costa Rica had perhaps the greatest chance in the initial half , when Melissa Herrera faced Jamaica goalkeeper Rebecca Spencer alone

Rocky Rodriguez, who plays for the Portland Thorns in the National Women's Soccer League

The United States has been to every World Cup since the tournament began in the year 1991.