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Sweet Win Over Sweden; U.S. Women's Soccer Team Rolls Through World Cup

NPR Thursday, 20 June 2019
Both the U.S. and Sweden had already advanced to the knockout round regardless of what happened on the field today. But this match was about bragging rights.
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