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Landmark women's World Cup set to be game-changer

Reuters Sunday, 7 July 2019
As the United States began celebrating their World Cup win over the Netherlands on Sunday, FIFA president Gianni Infantino strode out on to the field with French president Emmanuel Macron.
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The women of Team USA are giving soccer fans a reason to cheer after their second straight World Cup win; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.

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