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Colombia Stuns France 2-0 in Women's World Cup



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    (Up-from L) Colombia's goalkeeper Stefany Castano, Colombia's midfielder Yoreli Rincon,Colombia's midfielder Orianica Velasquez, Colombia's forward Lady Andrade? Colombia's midfielder Nataly Araias and Colombia's midfielder Angela Clavijo (down-from L) Colombia's midfielder Diana Ospina, Colombia's midfielder Daniela Montoya, Colombia's midfielder Carolina Arias, Colombia's midfielder Natalia Gaitan and Colombia's midfielder Catalina Usme pose during a Group F match at the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup between Colombia and Mexico at Moncton Stadium on June 9, 2015.

    Lady Andrade and Catalina Usme scored goals as Colombia stunned third-ranked France 2-0 Saturday in one of the biggest upsets in Women's World Cup history.

    The underdog Colombians opened the scoring in the 19th minute. Andrade broke free from a pair of defenders for a tap-in goal.

    Usme clinched her country's first World Cup win with a goal on the counter attack in the 93rd minute.

    The French lost despite outshooting Colombia 21-3 in Moncton, New Brunswick.

    France was unlucky as well. Colombian defender Daniela Montoya appeared to touch the ball with her hand inside the penalty area in the 67th minute, but a foul wasn't called.

    France wraps up group play against Mexico on Wednesday, while the Colombians face England.