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Lieke Martens and Kika Van Es of the Netherlands celebrate after their semi-final win at the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019
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We're back after a thrilling hiatus for the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019™. Here's the FIFA Fan Movement highlighting five top moments from the week.

Hero's welcome

From Rayza Silva (Peru)
New York City's 'Canyon of Heroes' welcomed a triumphant USWNT for the second time in four years as Megan Rapinoe and Co continued their World Cup celebrations in the USA. @Rayzagn followed along as thousands of fans made the Stars and Stripes feel at home in the Big Apple.

The Oranjeleeuwinnen effect

From Daniela Porcelli (USA)
Distraught in defeat immediately after the France 2019 final, no doubt the Netherlands have plenty of reasons to hold their heads high. Now silver medal winners at the global finals on top of being European champions, joerdeli shares how the Oranjeleeuwinnen's run captivated a nation.

Despite loss in final, Netherlands still won over a nation

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Despite loss in final, Netherlands still won over a nation

World Cup fever hits USA

From Camille Thomas (Sweden)
Meanwhile, the USWNT continue to draw eyes and capture hearts in the States. World Cup viewership was up significantly for this year's final compared to the men's final in 2018, as @cami22ethomas points out via FOX Soccer.

Beautiful boots

From Lili Cantero (Argentina)
The Women's World Cup inspired artful play on the pitch and works of art off it. Marvel at the precision that goes into @lilicanteroart's custom-painted France 2019 boots. Great work, Lili!

Arsenal adds a Rocket

From Eva van de Werfhorst-McLaughlin (Netherlands)
NBA superstar James Harden paid a visit to the Gunners, and of course the Houston Rockets guard was a natural fit for Arsenal. From evamariasam, watch Harden flash his skills with forward Reiss Nelson.

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