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China snatch win as Germany, Canada held in Women's World Cup

The Netherlands' Lieke Martens (L) and China's Wu Haiyan head the ball during the first half of the match at the FIFA Women's World Cup in Edmonton, Canada on June 11, 2015Wang Lisi’s late winner got China’s Women’s World Cup campaign back on track as Germany were held 1-1 by Norway and Canada played a goalless draw against New Zealand. China’s Group A tie in Edmonton’s Commonwealth Stadium looked to be heading for frustration before Wang broke through to roll the ball past Sari Van Veenendaal in the Dutch goal one minute into extra time. It gave the ‘Steel Roses’ a vital three points after losing their opening match to Canada, who had to settle for a goalless draw against New Zealand.

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