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Women's World Cup final draws 14.3 million U.S. viewers, but misses record

Reuters Monday, 8 July 2019
More than 14 million Americans watched on television as the U.S. women's soccer team clinched their fourth World Cup title, broadcaster Fox said on Monday, but the TV audience failed to break records.
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More than 14 million Americans watched the U.S. women’s soccer team win the World Cup on TV. According to Reuters, 14.3 million viewers saw the U.S. beat the Netherlands 2-0. Yet the number of people watching did not beat the record for the most-watched soccer match in U.S. history. In 2015, 25.4...

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