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US Wins 2019 Women’s World Cup

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US Wins 2019 Women’s World Cup

US Wins 2019 Women’s World Cup

US Wins 2019 Women’s World Cup The U.S beat the Netherlands 2-0 on Sunday night and claimed the title for the fourth time.

Forward Megan Rapinoe scored on a penalty kick and midfielder Rose Lavelle scored a solo goal to win the game.

Rapinoe was given an ovation from American fans after she recovered from a right hamstring strain to play in the game.

The team was congratulated by many on social media.

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