Tobin Heath and Christen Press, celebrating a USWNT goal, did the same for Manchester United Sunday. (Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports)

In their third appearance for Manchester United, Tobin Heath and Christen Press found the range for the first time in a 4-2 victory over West Ham in the Women’s Super League in England Sunday.

The U.S. women’s national team standouts did their damage on either side of halftime.

Heath struck in the 23rd minute and Press, a substitute, tallied in the 87th minute.

Heath lifted the Reds into a 2-0 advantage. English international Alessia Russo gained possession of the ball and sent a ball to Heath on the right side. She then rifled a right-footed shot to the left post. Heath recorded assists in her first two matches with the club.

Only 10 minutes after coming on Press scored via a clinical finish at the back post. Lucy Stanforth’s long free kick to Press at the back post. Press one-timed her attempt for her first goal.

Both USWNT players will have to wait awhile before they can perform their heroics for United due to an international break. The club will play at Everton in the Continental Cup Nov. 4 before it hosts Arsenal in WSL action Nov. 8.