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Tobin Heath's nutmeg was the highlight of Team USA's dominant Women's World Cup opener


The U.S. Women's National Team got off to a fiery start at the Women's World Cup, seemingly scoring at will during their opening match against Thailand. While many of the goals were impressive in their own right, the highlight of the first half came from , who sent a defender to the ground with a devastating nutmeg while attacking Thailand's goal. (Business Insider)

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