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Top-ranked Americans well aware they have target on their backs

PARIS - The U.S. was roundly chastised for celebrating goals long after Thailand had been vanquished in a Women's World Cup opener.

Some of that criticism undoubtedly was fueled by the fact the Americans are three-time tournament champions who, except for a six-month spell in 2015, have been ranked No. 1

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