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USA blasts Germany, 4-0, to win U-21 Nordic Cup
July 25th, 2007 7AM
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The win was the USA's ninth overall title. The U.S. women have been in 11 straight Nordic Cup championship games.

"We played very well," said U.S. head coach Bill Irwin, who won his first Nordic Cup as head coach. "It was the way we were capable of playing and every player came to play for 90 minutes. The team followed our game plan very well and we got four great goals. It was a top class tournament and our hosts were great, but this was a valuable experience for these young players. Hopefully, it will help push them on the full team. The future looks bright."

USA -- Alexander, Buehler  (Logterman, 84), Krzysik, Fletcher, Makoski, DiMartino, Krieger  (Sauerbrunn, 79), Woznuk (Huffman, 63), Adams (Carpenter, 79), Masar (Weissenhofer, 67), Cinalli (Bosio, 60).



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