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The Daily Dirt: USWNT shows Puerto Rico no mercy

Puerto Rico would have been better off staying at home.

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The USWNT continued its Olympic qualifying run Tuesday night, and if the opening 5-0 win over Cosa Rica seemed easy, Matchday 3 against Puerto Rico was an absolute breeze. The Americans ran roughshod in a 10-0 victory, led by Crystal Dunn's five goals. While it was Dunn who bagged the fistful, Kelly O'Hara came away with the most impressive goal of the night.

That backheel is silky smooth. The USWNT, sporting nine points and a ridiculous plus-16 goal differential after three group-stage games, advances to the qualifying tournament semifinals against either Guyana or Trinidad & Tobago.

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