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UGANDA routed Australia 4-0 to resurrect their chances in the Women's Homeless World Cup after suffering two loses earlier to Kyrgyzstan and Zambia.
Eight nations and 80 women from Cameroon, Colombia, Ivory Coast, Kyrgyzstan, Uganda, Zambia, Liberia and Paraguay are competing to become the first time champions at the event running December 1-7 at Federation Square and Birrarung Marr in Australia.
Australia's Street Matildas battled hard but were outpaced by a Ugandan side that dominated the entire match.
Striker Angel netted two goals in each half for Uganda despite efforts by Street Matilda Miki Kobiyoshi to close the gap.
Colombia, on …