US Breaks Scoring Record in Women's World CupNewser — Evann Gastaldo
The US women's soccer team set a scoring record Tuesday, beating Thailand 13-0—the heaviest defeat in Women's World Cup history, CNN reports. Or, as the Washington Post puts it, the "most lopsided victory" ever.
The US is the defending champion, holding three previous titles, while Thailand was competing in just its second Women's World Cup ever. The US next faces Chile Sunday
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