Spirited Vietnam make wasteful USA work for opening World Cup win

Stop me if you think you’ve heard this one before: all the might and power of the United States of America, struggling to overcome the indomitable spirit and dogged determination of the Vietnamese.

This time, the Americans prevailed, securing a hard-fought 3-0 victory in Auckland to get their bid for a third consecutive FIFA Women’s World Cup crown off to a positive enough start. But Vietnam, making their very first appearance in either a men’s or women’s World Cup, won plenty of…

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