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United States face Chile with chance to advance in World Cup

Seattle Times Saturday, 15 June 2019
PARIS (AP) — The United States gets back on the field at the Women’s World Cup on Sunday, just as the uproar following its opening 13-0 win is quieting down. Criticized for both running up the score against Thailand and celebrating each of its record-breaking 13 goals, the Americans have dismissed the scrutiny and focused […]
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News video: US World Cup women 'ready to take on anything'

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After thrashing Thailand 13-0 in their opening World Cup game, veteran US forward Carli Lloyd and team-mate Mallory Pugh say they hope the four day break between matches will help their team's chances against Chile on Sunday. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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