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FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: USA's 13-0 hammering of Thailand 'part of growing game', says US captain Megan Rapinoe

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United States captain Megan Rapinoe said hammering Thailand 13-0 in the Women's World Cup was all 'part of growing the game'.
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