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Women's World Cup: Day 9

Cameroon's Gaelle Enganamouit in action with Netherlands' Desiree van Lunteren.   REUTERS/Phil Noble

Cameroon's Gaelle Enganamouit in action with Netherlands' Desiree van Lunteren. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Cameroon's Gaelle Enganamouit in action with Netherlands' Desiree van Lunteren. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Canada's Jessie Fleming scores their first goal against New Zealand. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot

Canada's Jessie Fleming scores their first goal against New Zealand. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot

Canada's Jessie Fleming scores their first goal against New Zealand. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot
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Netherlands' Dominique Bloodworth scores their second goal against Cameroon.   REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

Netherlands' Dominique Bloodworth scores their second goal against Cameroon. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

Netherlands' Dominique Bloodworth scores their second goal against Cameroon. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
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Canada's players applaud fans after the match against New Zealand.   REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot

Canada's players applaud fans after the match against New Zealand. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot

Canada's players applaud fans after the match against New Zealand. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot
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Netherlands' Vivianne Miedema celebrates scoring their third goal with Jill Roord against Cameroon.  REUTERS/Phil Noble

Netherlands' Vivianne Miedema celebrates scoring their third goal with Jill Roord against Cameroon. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Netherlands' Vivianne Miedema celebrates scoring their third goal with Jill Roord against Cameroon. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Netherlands fans and flags inside the stadium before the match against Cameroon.  REUTERS/Phil Noble

Netherlands fans and flags inside the stadium before the match against Cameroon. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Netherlands fans and flags inside the stadium before the match against Cameroon. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Netherlands' Vivianne Miedema scores their first goal against Cameroon.   REUTERS/Phil Noble

Netherlands' Vivianne Miedema scores their first goal against Cameroon. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Netherlands' Vivianne Miedema scores their first goal against Cameroon. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Canada's Nichelle Prince celebrates scoring their second goal with Shelina Zadorsky and team mates against New Zealand.   REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

Canada's Nichelle Prince celebrates scoring their second goal with Shelina Zadorsky and team mates against New Zealand. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

Canada's Nichelle Prince celebrates scoring their second goal with Shelina Zadorsky and team mates against New Zealand. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
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Canada's Nichelle Prince scores their second goal against New Zealand.   REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

Canada's Nichelle Prince scores their second goal against New Zealand. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

Canada's Nichelle Prince scores their second goal against New Zealand. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
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Netherlands fan before the match against Cameroon. 
  REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

Netherlands fan before the match against Cameroon. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

Netherlands fan before the match against Cameroon. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
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Netherlands' Vivianne Miedema celebrates scoring their third goal with Jill Roord, Lieke Martens and team mates against Cameroon.  REUTERS/Phil Noble

Netherlands' Vivianne Miedema celebrates scoring their third goal with Jill Roord, Lieke Martens and team mates against Cameroon. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Netherlands' Vivianne Miedema celebrates scoring their third goal with Jill Roord, Lieke Martens and team mates against Cameroon. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Netherlands' Vivianne Miedema scores their third goal against Cameroon.   REUTERS/Phil Noble

Netherlands' Vivianne Miedema scores their third goal against Cameroon. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Netherlands' Vivianne Miedema scores their third goal against Cameroon. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Canada's Jessie Fleming in action with New Zealand's Ria Percival.   REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

Canada's Jessie Fleming in action with New Zealand's Ria Percival. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

Canada's Jessie Fleming in action with New Zealand's Ria Percival. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
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Netherlands fans inside the stadium during the match against Cameroon.   REUTERS/Phil Noble

Netherlands fans inside the stadium during the match against Cameroon. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Netherlands fans inside the stadium during the match against Cameroon. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Cameroon's Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene looks dejected during their match against Netherlands. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Cameroon's Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene looks dejected during their match against Netherlands. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Cameroon's Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene looks dejected during their match against Netherlands. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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