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Hegerberg won't be at the Women's World Cup

(CNN)To make history, to be the first, but to have the world focusing elsewhere. The talk is not about what has been achieved; of the goals scored or records broken. The questions asked are not about outrageous talent or phenomenal performances but twerking. That is what it is like to be the best female footballer in 2018. "Obviously, I was expecting a question about my football skills, how [I was] feeling to stand there and win, but in the end I was really happy to get the award and wasn't quite thinking about what's going on in the media and social media," Ada Hegerberg, the winner of the inaugural women's Ballon d'Or, tells CNN Sport, attempting to cause as few ripples as possible. Hegerberg is a gifted footballer. She has won a hattric ...
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