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  3. October 16, 2018

Finally, Redemption: US Women’s Team Qualifies for World Cup

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On Sunday, the US Women’s soccer team won 6-0 against Jamaica, helping the team secure a coveted spot in the World Cup. The team scored five goals before half time, and scored the first goal within just 120 seconds of the game’s start. "I think this team is pound for pound more talented than any team that I've been on with, with the national team -- across the board, all the way through the positions," said player Megan Rapinoe. This much-deserved win comes after years of battling for a World Cup spot after their 2015 victory. The 2015 Women's World Cup Final played between the US and Japan was the most watched soccer match in American broadcast history, men's or women's.

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