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Balanced Field Advances in Women's World Cup

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Balanced Field Advances in Women's World Cup

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Balanced Field Advances in Women's World Cup

Balanced Field Advances in Women's World Cup

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The U.S. women's soccer team is looking solid heading into a quarterfinal match against England. But the balance of power in women's soccer seems to be shifting toward Asia. ESPN soccernet writer Graham Hays sizes up the competition in a conversation with Melissa Block.

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