Jasmine Hitt (left) and Olivia Harding of Shawnee were two of the more than 10,000 fans in the Power & Light District who watched as Belgium defeated the United States 2-1 on Tuesday in the World Cup.
Jasmine Hitt (left) and Olivia Harding of Shawnee were two of the more than 10,000 fans in the Power & Light District who watched as Belgium defeated the United States 2-1 on Tuesday in the World Cup. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Jasmine Hitt (left) and Olivia Harding of Shawnee were two of the more than 10,000 fans in the Power & Light District who watched as Belgium defeated the United States 2-1 on Tuesday in the World Cup. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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