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Italy Wins Again At Women's World Cup

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Italy Wins Again At Women's World Cup

Italy Wins Again At Women's World Cup

CNN reports Italy is celebrating after it reached the knockout phase for the first time since 1991 at the Women's World Cup in France.

Italy coach Milena Bertolini was quoted as saying by FIFA, "Emotions I'm feeling are of joy, sheer joy.

We wanted to move on in the group phase and to do this after two matches is a great satisfaction for us.

England will join Italy in the next round if it beats Argentina later on Friday.

Italy failed to qualify for last year's Men's World Cup in Russia.

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