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France dominates South Korea 4-0 as Women's World Cup gets underway

PARIS - One of the biggest questions heading into this summer's Women's World Cup in France was would the home team play up to its enormous potential - or would it fold under the weight of even more enormous expectations.

The answer wasn't long in coming Friday, with Les Bleues scoring three times in the first half to bury South Korea 4-0, also burying, for the time being, any thoughts they would be overwhelmed by

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