Alex Morgan scored a penalty late in the second half to guide the United States to a 1-0 victory over Canada in the CONCACAF W Championship final in Monterrey, Mexico, on Monday night.

The game was a rematch of last summer’s Olympic semifinal game, which Canada won 1-0 before going on to win the gold medal in Tokyo, with the victory securing the USWNT a spot in the 2024 Olympics in Paris.

Both teams continued to have chances in a back-and-forth opening 45 minutes, with Sheridan somehow keeping Sofia Smith’s shot from point-blank range out just before the half ended 0-0.

Smith missed another golden opportunity just after the hour mark. After outrunning the Canada defense to a perfectly weighted through ball from Morgan, Smith rounded Sheridan but slipped as she went to shoot into a wide-open goal, with her effort ending up in the side netting.

Canada’s Allysha Chapman fouled Rose Lavelle in the penalty area in the 76th minute and Morgan sent Sheridan the wrong way with her spot kick to put the U.S. into the lead. It was Morgan’s 118th overall career goal for the USWNT and she finished as the player of the tournament at the W Championship.

“I wasn’t with the team the last eight months,” Morgan added. “So I could just focus on San Diego and that helped me mentally and physically and then coming back to the team my role just increased and that felt good.