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写真 | 2019年 06月 13日 03:55 JST

Women's World Cup: Day 6

Germany's Sara Daebritz celebrates scoring their first goal against Spain.   REUTERS/Phil Noble

Germany's Sara Daebritz celebrates scoring their first goal against Spain. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Germany's Sara Daebritz celebrates scoring their first goal against Spain. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Spain's Lucia Garcia in action with Germany's Alexandra Popp.   REUTERS/Phil Noble

Spain's Lucia Garcia in action with Germany's Alexandra Popp. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Spain's Lucia Garcia in action with Germany's Alexandra Popp. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Spain's Patri Guijarro in action with Germany's Alexandra Popp.   REUTERS/Phil Noble

Spain's Patri Guijarro in action with Germany's Alexandra Popp. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Spain's Patri Guijarro in action with Germany's Alexandra Popp. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Germany's Verena Schweers is shown a yellow card by a referee.   REUTERS/Yves Herman

Germany's Verena Schweers is shown a yellow card by a referee. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Germany's Verena Schweers is shown a yellow card by a referee. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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Germany's Sara Daebritz scores their first goal against Spain's Sandra Panos.   REUTERS/Yves Herman

Germany's Sara Daebritz scores their first goal against Spain's Sandra Panos. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Germany's Sara Daebritz scores their first goal against Spain's Sandra Panos. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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Germany's Sara Daebritz scores their first goal.     REUTERS/Phil Noble

Germany's Sara Daebritz scores their first goal. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Germany's Sara Daebritz scores their first goal. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Germany's Sara Daebritz celebrates scoring their first goal with Alexandra Popp.  REUTERS/Phil Noble

Germany's Sara Daebritz celebrates scoring their first goal with Alexandra Popp. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Germany's Sara Daebritz celebrates scoring their first goal with Alexandra Popp. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Germany's Klara Buehl in action with Spain's Marta Corredera.   REUTERS/Yves Herman

Germany's Klara Buehl in action with Spain's Marta Corredera. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Germany's Klara Buehl in action with Spain's Marta Corredera. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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A France fan before the match against Norway. 
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A France fan before the match against Norway. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

A France fan before the match against Norway. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
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Germany's Alexandra Popp in action with Spain's Silvia Meseguer.  REUTERS/Phil Noble

Germany's Alexandra Popp in action with Spain's Silvia Meseguer. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Germany's Alexandra Popp in action with Spain's Silvia Meseguer. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Fans look on during the match between Germany and Spain.  REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

Fans look on during the match between Germany and Spain. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

Fans look on during the match between Germany and Spain. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
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Germany's Almuth Schult in action with Spain's Virginia Torrecilla and Marta Torrejon.   REUTERS/Phil Noble

Germany's Almuth Schult in action with Spain's Virginia Torrecilla and Marta Torrejon. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Germany's Almuth Schult in action with Spain's Virginia Torrecilla and Marta Torrejon. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Germany's Svenja Huth in action with Spain's Irene Paredes.  REUTERS/Phil Noble

Germany's Svenja Huth in action with Spain's Irene Paredes. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Germany's Svenja Huth in action with Spain's Irene Paredes. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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A general view during the match between Germany and Spain. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

A general view during the match between Germany and Spain. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

A general view during the match between Germany and Spain. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
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Spain's Nahikari Garcia after sustaining an injury during their match against Germany.  REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

Spain's Nahikari Garcia after sustaining an injury during their match against Germany. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabmore

Spain's Nahikari Garcia after sustaining an injury during their match against Germany. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
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