5 Latinas to look out for at the Women's World Cup

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The 2015 Women's World Cup starts June 6 in Vancouver, Canada.

Tune in to see these 5 Latina players take the cup by storm.

1) Charlyn Corral
The Mexican football player has competed and lost in the group stages twice before. This year, she hopes to get her team past England, France, and Colombia.

Una fotito que me tomo PressPort después de la entrevista😉✌️👋

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2) Marta Viera da Silva
The striker from Brazil has one of the most impressive resumé's around. She has two Olympic silver medals, has been named FIFA's World Player of the year five times, and ranks as the all-time Women's World Cup Goal Scorer. However, she has yet to win the top prize at the Women's World Cup.

The Queen 💖👏👑 #Repost @veezyking ・・・ #WCW Marta vieira @fcmartavieira10 her ball skills is dope $$$

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3) Shirley Cruz
The midfielder for Costa Rica will lead her team at the World Cup. In 2013 and 2014, she was voted among the top three for CONCACAF player of the year. Costa Rica will take on Spain, South Korea, and Brazil in the group stage competition.

Merci#eurosport un moment sympas!!

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4) Yoreli Rincon
The midfielder for Colombia has previously played in the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup and the 2012 London Olympics. Many have compared her to Marta in the past, but she is a standalone player regardless.



5) Amy Rodriguez
AKA A-Rod plays forward on the U.S. national soccer team. The American soccer star has Latin roots as the granddaughter of Cuban immigrants. She proudly holds two Olympic gold medals, but has yet to win at the Women's World Cup. This year could be different.



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