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Sam Kerr makes history as Matildas defeat Jamaica 4-1 at Women’s World Cup

SBS Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Sam Kerr has produced one of Australia's most extraordinary solo performances at a World Cup with a four-goal haul to defeat Jamaica.
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