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Rushall Olympic STRAIGHT UP RECORD

Rushall Olympic STRAIGHT UP STREAK

5 LOSSES IN A ROW

Rushall Olympic AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD

Rushall Olympic AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK

1 LOSS IN A ROW

Rushall Olympic TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS

Rushall Olympic TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK

2 OVERS IN A ROW

Rushall Olympic AVERAGE GOALS FOR (GF)

1.1

Rushall Olympic AVERAGE GOALS AGAINST (GA)

1.6

Rushall Olympic AVERAGE GAME GOALS TOTAL (GF+GA)

2.7

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Spain beats Netherlands 3-0 in Women's Nations League semifinals, earns spot in Olympics

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Spain beats Netherlands 3-0 in Women's Nations League semifinals, earns spot in Olympics

SEVILLE, Spain (AP) - Jenni Hermoso and Aitana Bonmati helped Spain beat Netherlands 3-0 in the Women's Nations League semifinals on Friday, a victory that secured the world champions a spot in the Paris Olympics.

Hermoso opened the scoring with a nice solo effort in the 41st minute before Ballon d'Or holder Bonmati doubled the lead in the 45th. Left back Ona Battle added the third in the 77th to complete the dominant performance by the hosts.

Spain will face France in the first Women's Nations League final in the same La Cartuja Stadium on Wednesday. France beat Germany 2-1 in Friday's other semifinal.

Spain started strong in front of its fans in southern Seville.

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Striker Salma Paralluelo, who scored the winner to help Spain beat the Dutch in last year's Women's World Cup quarterfinals, missed twice from close before she was stopped by goalkeeper Daphne Van Domselaar in a one-on-one opportunity early on.

More shots came from Olga Carmona and Irene Paredes, while the Netherlands could threaten only through Lineth Beerensteyn's powerful shot saved by Cata Coll.

The Dutch resistance finally faltered when Hermoso used two slick changes of feet to avoid three defenders and beat Van Domselaar for the opener.

Bonmati added a quick second blow when she raced forward to volley home a cross from Barcelona clubmate Mariona Caldentey.

The Netherlands improved after halftime, but Battle caught the visitors off guard when she finished off an attack that started with her own cross.

Spain coach Monste Tome gave a debut to 17-year-old Vicky Lopez in the second half.

A moment of silence was held before kickoff in memory of the victims of a deadly fire in the eastern Spanish city of Valencia.

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