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Women's World Cup 2019: Nigeria beat South Korea for first win of the tournament

BBC Sport Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Women's World Cup 2019: Nigeria beat South Korea for first win of the tournamentWatch as a volleyed own goal and a fantastic finish help Nigeria beat South Korea 2-0 to claim their first victory of the Women's World Cup.
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