USA Win The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup
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USA Win The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup

10 hours ago 366  Shares United States have beaten Netherlands in the 2019 Women’s World Cup final. Jill Ellis’ side struggled to break down their resilient opponents in the first half, but goals from Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle sealed a historic win at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais. It was a tough start for the…

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Lionel Messi Kept Saying ‘The Best But Not The Champion’ After World Cup Final Loss
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Lionel Messi Kept Saying ‘The Best But Not The Champion’ After World Cup Final Loss

Following winning the Golden Ball at the 2014 World Cup, it has been reported that Lionel Messi repeatedly said ‘The best but not the champion’ after Argentina’s 1-0 defeat to Germany. That’s according to former FIFA President Sepp Blatter, who presented the Argentine his award back in 2014. Messi was named Man of the Match…

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Japanese Fans Clean Up Rubbish In Stadium After Women’s World Cup Win Over Scotland
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Japanese Fans Clean Up Rubbish In Stadium After Women’s World Cup Win Over Scotland

Japan fans have showed their class yet again after some supporters cleaned up rubbish at Roazhon Park following their side’s 2-1 defeat over Scotland in Group D of the Women’s World Cup. First half goals from Mana Iwabuchi and and Yuika Sugasawa was enough to beat the Scots, who notched a late consolation through Lana…

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On This Day In 2010, Siphiwe Tshabalala Scored ‘A Goal For All Of Africa’ In World Cup Opener
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On This Day In 2010, Siphiwe Tshabalala Scored ‘A Goal For All Of Africa’ In World Cup Opener

Exactly nine years ago today, Johannesburg nearly erupted when Siphiwe Tshabalala opened the scoring in the 2010 World Cup opener against Mexico. Teko Modise played a one-two with a teammate in midfield and upon receiving the ball just inside the Mexico half, sprayed a defence-splitting ball through to the galloping Tshabalala down the left. There…

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