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U.S. Women Win 13-0 At The World Cup

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U.S. Women Win 13-0 At The World Cup

U.S. Women Win 13-0 At The World Cup

REIMS, France (Reuters) - Striker Alex Morgan scored five times as holders the United States began their World Cup campaign with a record 13-0 win over Thailand on Tuesday.

Soccer Football - Women's World Cup - Group F - United States v Thailand - Stade Auguste-Delaune, Reims, France - June 11, 2019 Alex Morgan of the U.S.

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