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Women's World Cup 2019: United States claim biggest ever Women's World Cup win

BBC News Tuesday, 11 June 2019 ()
Women's World Cup 2019: United States claim biggest ever Women's World Cup winWatch as reigning champions USA record the biggest ever victory in the Fifa Women's World Cup as they crushed Thailand 13-0.
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News video: Soccer Analyst Says US Women's Team Are World Cup Villains

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The United States defeated Thailand, 13-0, in the 2019 FIFA World Cup on Tuesday. According to Business Insider, the team has been met with criticism. They were accused of unsportsman-like conduct. They were criticized for running up the score, celebrating late goals, and taunting the Thai team as...

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