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Internet uses US World Cup soccer win — and Megan Rapinoe’s goal — to hilariously troll Trump

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Megan Rapinoe AFP / Lionel BONAVENTURE

Twitter users were quick to begin trolling Donald Trump over the US Women’s World Cup win on Sunday after one of his most vocal critics — team co-captain Megan Rapinoe — scored the first goal on the match in a 2-0 victory.

See also: Bitter Fox News fans pitch a fit after US women and Rapinoe win the World Cup

As one commenter was quick to point out, “Just seems fitting Rapinoe would deliver the final F U to Trump!”

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You can share in the victory dancing — and Trump trolling — below:

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