Women's World Cup attracts record 28.1m viewers
Monday, 8 July 2019
A record-breaking 28.1m people watched BBC coverage of the
Women's World Cup online and on television.
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The United States beat the Netherlands 2-0 to win the women’s World Cup for a record-extending fourth time on Sunday. According to Reuters, Captain Megan Rapinoe converted a VAR-awarded penalty in the 61st minute. Rose Lavelle wrapped up the victory eight minutes later. According to Reuters, the... U.S. Triumphs Over Netherlands, Wins Fourth World Cup 00:36
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