US players taking nothing for granted against ‘wildcard’ Vietnam

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US players taking nothing for granted against ‘wildcard’ Vietnam

The United States, four-time champions, are not taking any risks in their Women’s World Cup campaign opener against Vietnam, a team they have never played before. Despite being ranked 32nd in the world, Vietnam is considered a wildcard and the Americans are fully focused on this match before thinking about their second game against the Netherlands. Crystal Dunn, a defender for the US, emphasized the importance of not underestimating Vietnam and staying focused on the task at hand. The team is aware that Vietnam will bring their best game and they need to be prepared for a different style of play. The US forward, Lynn Williams, acknowledged that Vietnam is an unknown opponent, but they trust in their ability to adapt and rely on their scouting to guide them. The Americans are determined to start their campaign on a strong note and are not taking any opponent lightly.

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