At The Three Lions Pub in Bothell, Bill Zinck celebrates Christen Press’ goal that put the United States ahead, 1-0, against England in Tuesday’s Women’s World Cup semifinal. The US won, 2-1, and will play in the final on Sunday. Bill and his wife Sandy, at right, used to live in Bothell and now reside in Lake Forest Park. Sandy is from England and Bill from America. With Sandy chuckling, Bill said he appreciates good goals and was rooting for both sides. Andy Nystrom/ staff photo

At The Three Lions Pub in Bothell, Bill Zinck celebrates Christen Press’ goal that put the United States ahead, 1-0, against England in Tuesday’s Women’s World Cup semifinal. The US won, 2-1, and will play in the final on Sunday. Bill and his wife Sandy, at right, used to live in Bothell and now reside in Lake Forest Park. Sandy is from England and Bill from America. With Sandy chuckling, Bill said he appreciates good goals and was rooting for both sides. Andy Nystrom/ staff photo

Goal time for US women’s squad at Bothell pub

  • Tuesday, July 2, 2019 3:16pm
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At The Three Lions Pub in Bothell, Bill Zinck celebrates Christen Press’ goal that put the United States ahead, 1-0, against England in Tuesday’s Women’s World Cup semifinal. The US won, 2-1, and will play in the final on Sunday. Bill and his wife Sandy, at right, used to live in Bothell and now reside in Lake Forest Park. Sandy is from England and Bill from America. With Sandy chuckling, Bill said he appreciates good goals and was rooting for both sides. Andy Nystrom/ staff photo


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