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U.S. Soccer: Women fall to Norway, 2-1
July 30th, 2000 12AM

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The U.S. women's national team lost its final match of its five-game European tour, 2-1, to Norway. International Friendly July 30, 2000 in Oslo, Norway Norway 2 USA 1. Goals: Mellgren 62, Own Goal (Pearce) 81; Parlow 92+. Norway -- Nordby, Espeseth (Jorgensen, 60), Kringen, Sanduane, Tynnessen, S. Gulbrandsen (Boe Jensen, 55), Knudsen (Lehn, 85), Riise, Mellgren (R. Gulbrandsen, 90), Rapp (Haugenes, 66), Pettersen. USA -Mullinx, Pearce, Fawcett, Chastain (Whalen, 72), Slaton, Lilly, Fair (MacMillan, 65), Foudy, Akers (Serlenga, 46), Milbrett (Parlow, 60), Hamm. Misconduct Summary: USA -- Chastain (caution) 38. Ref.: Eva Odlund (Sweden). Att.: 15,762.


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