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Canada, Jamaica, Argentina, and more are proof the U.S.’ 13-0 win is good for women’s soccer

FOX Sports Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Canada, Jamaica, Argentina, and more are proof the U.S.’ 13-0 win is good for women’s soccerThe Women's World Cup Live crew weighs in on why the United States' rout of Thailand in the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup™ is actually good for the growth of the game.
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