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Women's World Cup: Eugenie Le Sommer converts VAR penalty

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Women's World Cup: Eugenie Le Sommer converts VAR penaltyEugenie Le Sommer converts a penalty awarded by VAR to give France the lead against Norway in the Women's World Cup.
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