PARIS – Having started every single match of her two previous World Cups, in 2011 and 2015, Ali Krieger’s place in the starting lineup for the United States women’s national team on Sunday night against Chile might have seemed unremarkable.
However, as almost everyone knows, her path to this year’s tournament was much different this time around and she’s not taking anything for granted.
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