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World Cup Fans -- Roller Coasters Of Emotion!

TMZ.com Sunday, 4 December 2022
The World Cup is a HUGE deal -- the most watched event in sports next to the Olympics -- which explains why fans are on pins and needles watching the tournament!! There have been a mixture of easy wins, upsets and close contests throughout the…
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