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49ers players react to Team USA winning the Women’s World Cup

Jul 5, 2015 at 7:54 PM--


Team USA won the Women's World Cup title today. They beat Japan 5-2 in Vancouver. Here is what some San Francisco 49ers players had to say about the huge victory.











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