Jun 24, 2015

A Look at the Teams in the Quarters at the World Cup - ABC News

The quarterfinals at the Women's World Cup are set. Here is a look at the upcoming matches, and how the teams have fared so far in Canada: UNITED STATES V. CHINA: This is the first World Cup meeting between the two teams since the 1999 final, which the United States famously won on penalty...

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