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Abby Wambach, Alex Morgan, Sydney Leroux carry U.S. World Cup hopes

Alex Morgan, left, Abby Wambach, middle, and Sydney Leroux, right, have scored a combined 268 international goals.

Ahead of the Women's World Cup, which kicks off on June 6, ESPN The Magazine's World Football Issue (on newsstands May 29) profiles the United States team and, in particular, forwards Abby Wambach, Alex Morgan and Sydney Leroux.

Wambach made her U.S. debut in 2001, has scored 182 goals and won two Olympic golds but has yet to lift the World Cup.
Morgan has scored 51 goals for the U.S., including two at the 2011 World Cup.
Canada-born Leroux made her senior United States debut in 2011 and has scored 35 international goals.
The United States opens group play at the World Cup vs. Australia on June 8.

Photographer: Dylan Coulter.

Sydney Leroux scores twice as USA rout Mexico 5-1

Sydney Leroux celebrates after the win.

The U.S. women's national team needed somebody to finish. Sydney Leroux was more than happy to oblige.

Alex Morgan remains out injured with a bone bruise in her left knee. Amy Rodriguez has been battling the stomach flu. So after impressing U.S. women's national team manager Jill Ellis in training, Leroux was given her first start of the year, and the forward delivered with two well-taken goals in a 5-1 rout of Mexico on Sunday.

Go to espnW for more...