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2019 Women's World Cup: Were USWNT celebrations truly a bad look for the Americans?

CBS Sports Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
Danny Kanell and Raja Bell have different opinions on whether the U.S. went too far during its rout
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News video: US Defends Itself After Accusations Of Bad Sportsmanship

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The USWNT defended itself against accusations of bad sportsmanship. The team humiliated Thailand in its record 13-0 Women's World Cup victory in France on Tuesday. Thailand's players were in tears at the full-time whistle after suffering the heaviest defeat in World Cup history. There were those on...

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