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Women's World Cup qualifiers: NI struggle past lowly Latvia in final match

BBC Sport Tuesday, 6 September 2022
Northern Ireland score two late goals to beat minnows Latvia 3-1 in a low-key end to their World Cup qualification campaign in Jurmala.
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