The United States secured their qualification to the 2023 Women's FIFA World Cup with victory against Jamaica at the CONCACAF W Championship in Monterrey ©Getty Images

The United States clinched their qualification to the 2023 Women's FIFA World Cup after beating Jamaica at the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) W Championship, while Haiti also claimed a shock win against hosts Mexico in Monterrey.

The commanding 5-0 win at the Estadio BBVA in Mexico meant that the US secured their place in the knockout rounds, with the top two finishers of each group winning a place at next year's tournament in Australia and New Zealand.

Sophia Smith scored an early brace, with the opener coming in the fifth minute, before following it up just three minutes later.

It was not until the second half when the Americans hit the net again as Rose Lavelle sent a powerful effort beyond the reach of Rebecca Spencer in the Jamaican goal.

Midge Purce was brought down in the box after 83 minutes which was duly converted by Kristie Mewis before Trinity Rodman completed the rout three minutes later.

The US are due to play hosts Mexico on Monday (July 11) to conclude the group stage.

In the next game, also at the Estadio BBVA, Haiti went one step closer to qualifying for the Women's World Cup for the first time in their history.

Mexico's Stephany Mayor gave the Haitians an early advantage as she conceded a penalty in the 13th minute which was calmly slotted home by Roselord Borgella.

Another lapse in concentration, this time by goalkeeper Emily Alvarado, gave Haiti a second spot kick with Nerilia Mondesir converting this time.

Mexico’s comeback task got tougher in the 77th minute when Greta Espinoza saw a yellow card, but then after a video assistant review review, the foul resulted in a red card.

A minute later Sherly Jeudy scored the third free a stunning free kick that nestled into the top corner of the goal.

Haiti's win meant that they were the first Caribbean side to beat Mexico in the history of the Championship.

They are scheduled to play Jamaica on Monday in what will decide second place of group A and the next World Cup berth.

The action is set to continue in Mexico tomorrow as Trinidad and Tobago play Costa Rica and Panama face Canada in group B.