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Netherlands reach first World Cup final with extra-time rocket

Reuters Wednesday, 3 July 2019
A long-range strike from Jackie Groenen sent European Champions the Netherlands into their first women's World Cup final as they edged Sweden 1-0 after extra time in their semi-final on Wednesday.
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