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'Big Game' Carli Lloyd delivers Women's World Cup to U.S.

ESPN FC's Kate Markgraf recaps the United States' 5-2 victory over Japan to win the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- For almost the entirety of this Women's World Cup, U.S. national team midfielder Carli Lloyd insisted she and her teammates would get better, that they would peak at the right time. Never mind the subpar outings in the group stage, ignore the seemingly defense-first approach. The U.S. would get it done, she insisted.

Read more at espnW.com.

Carli Lloyd hat trick leads U.S. to Women's World Cup title

Carli Lloyd celebrates scoring after giving the U.S. an early lead over Japan.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The wait is over for the United States.

The reign is over for Japan.

On the strength of Carli Lloyd's first-half hat trick and goals from Lauren Holiday and Tobin Heath, the United States beat Japan 5-2 in Sunday's World Cup final. As a result, for the first time since 1999, the United States holds the sport's most important trophy.

Read more at espnW.com.

 By Kevin Palmer

Yohan Cabaye to Crystal Palace talks 'progressing positively' - sources

Yohan Cabaye moved to Paris Saint-Germain from Newcastle for £19 million in January 2014.

Talks between representatives of Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Yohan Cabaye and Crystal Palace are 'progressing positively', a source has told ESPN.

After ESPN FC broke the news at the start of June that Palace had launched an audacious bid to sign French international Cabaye, the south London club have now confirmed publicly that talks are underway to bring the 29-year-old back to the Premier League.

Cabaye enjoyed a strong working relationship with Palace manager Alan Pardew after the pair worked...

 By PA Sport

Nani completes move to Fenerbahce

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik and Alexis Nunes question what went wrong with Nani as he is heading to Fenerbahce.

Manchester United winger Nani has arrived in Istanbul to complete a move to Fenerbahce.

The 28-year-old Portugal international, who spent last season on loan at Sporting Lisbon, was greeted by huge crowds on Sunday evening as he jetted in ahead of a medical.

"I really am very happy to be here now," he was quoted as saying by the Fenerbahce website. "I see this as a new opportunity in my career. This is an opportunity for me to show myself. I want to be successful.