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Abby Wambach defends USA's 13 goals against Thailand in World Cup opener

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The U.S. Women's National Team opened Group F play with a rout of Thailand, causing many to accuse the team of running up the score.
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SI's Grant Wahl explores some of the reasons, beyond a discrepancy in talent, that a team like Thailand can lose a soccer match by 13 goals in the Women's World Cup.

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