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Women’s World Cup feels at home thanks to Colombia’s vibrant fans


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Thousands of supporters in Australia are cheering on Colombia’s World Cup team, helping to propel their nation to unprecedented heights in women’s football.

On Sunday in Sydney, a Colombian team captained by 18-year-old phenom Linda Caicedo pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the game thus far by shocking Germany 2-1.

Colombia is on the verge of the round of 16 and is dreaming of winning the World Cup for the first time thanks to Manuela Vanegas’ header in the 97th minute against one of the favorites.

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