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Item #3989DVD
  1. Great saves from the 2003 Women's World Cup
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Great saves from the 2003 Women's World Cup

A total of 107 goals were scored in FIFA Women's World Cup USA 2003, but just as thrilling and heart stopping were the ones that weren't to be. Several spectacular pieces of goalkeeping and a number of near misses had the fans out of their seats and befuddled attackers wondering what might have been.

This collection of the greatest saves and near misses features some of the world's greatest goalkeepers at their best. . . Briana Scurry, Silke Rottenberg, Bente Nordby and more.

Relive the excitement with this ultimate collection of saves and near misses from FIFA Women's World Cup USA 2003.


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