|| Team USA defends women's soccer title with 6-0 win
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The U.S. Women's National Soccer Team won its fourth SheBelieves Cup on Feb. 24 after a commanding 6-0 victory over Argentina, the Olympic Channel reported.
The victory makes the team the first to win back-to-back titles; also, this is the first team in tournament history to win with three consecutive shutouts.
Megan Rapinoe became the top scorer in SheBelieves Cup history, and added to her record later in the game. Besides Rapinoe's two goals, others were scored by Carli Lloyd, Kristie Mewis, Alex Morgan (who returned after giving birth last year) and Christen Press (her 60th international goal).
The U.S. team is at the top of the women's world rankings and will be a favorite to take gold at the Summer Olympics.
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