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U.S. women's team beats Thailand 13-0

CBS News Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
The United States women's national team opened its World Cup campaign with a tournament-record 13-0 win over Thailand on Tuesday. Roger Gonzalez of CBS Sports, joined CBSN to discuss USWNT's impressive performance, and the team's battle for equal pay.
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News video: Thailand’s End of the 13-0 Equation and How FIFA Can Lift Women’s Soccer Globally

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SI's Grant Wahl explores some of the reasons, beyond a discrepancy in talent, that a team like Thailand can lose a soccer match by 13 goals in the Women's World Cup.

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