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Women's World Cup: Favourites USA beat Sweden 2-0 to top Group F

BBC News Thursday, 20 June 2019
Women's World Cup: Favourites USA beat Sweden 2-0 to top Group FDefending champions and tournament favourites the USA top Group F with a 100% record by beating Sweden 2-0 to set up a last 16 meeting with Spain.
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