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Was the U.S. women's team "ruthless" in their rout of Thailand?

CBS News Wednesday, 12 June 2019
The U.S. women's soccer scored more goals than the U.S. men's team scored in its last 11 World Cup games against Thailand
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News video: Soccer Analyst Says US Women's Team Are World Cup Villains

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The United States defeated Thailand, 13-0, in the 2019 FIFA World Cup on Tuesday. According to Business Insider, the team has been met with criticism. They were accused of unsportsman-like conduct. They were criticized for running up the score, celebrating late goals, and taunting the Thai team as...

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