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US to face off against France in Women’s World Cup quarter-final

France 24 Monday, 24 June 2019
The United States needed two Megan Rapinoe penalties, one of them controversially confirmed after a lengthy VAR review, to beat Spain 2-1 on Monday and set up a quarter-final clash with hosts France at the women’s World Cup.
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