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FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Ellen White leads England to victory against Japan; Scotland crash out after draw against Argentina

Firstpost Thursday, 20 June 2019
Two goals by Ellen White saw England beat Japan 2-0 and secure top spot in their group at the women's World Cup on Wednesday, but Scotland were eliminated from the tournament in dramatic, heartbreaking fashion.
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