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Fabienne Humm and Ramona Bachmann both had second-half hat tricks as Switzerland earned its first women's World Cup victory with a 10–1 victory over Ecuador on Friday at Vancouver, British Columbia.

June 12, 2015

Fabienne Humm and Ramona Bachmann both had second-half hat tricks as Switzerland earned its first women's World Cup victory with a 10–1 victory over Ecuador on Friday at Vancouver, British Columbia.

Humm's three goals came within six minutes early in the second half, the first coming on a powerful strike from outside the penalty box in the 47th minute to put Switzerland up 3–0. Bachmann capped her scoring binge in the 81st minute for Switzerland's 10th goal.

Eseosa Aigbogun and Martina Moser added goals for Switzerland, which opened with a 1–0 defeat to defending champion Japan on Monday.

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Angie Ponce scored Ecuador's first World Cup goal on a penalty kick in the 64th minute.

Switzerland (1-1) faces Cameroon in its final group stage match on Tuesday, while Ecuador (0-2) takes on Japan.

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