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thousands lined the streets of lower Manhattan Wednesday for a ticker tape parade hailing the U. S. women's soccer team for their World Cup win end of their emergence as icons for women's rights , their route through the canyon of heroes culminated in front of city hall were New York City mayor bill de Blasio called them America's team telling what is their second consecutive World Cup title and fourth overall and mixing patriotic pride with what may be the team's defining rallying cry let me hear you say it USA equal pay USA well , then came player introductions with dancing , dancing , the team's unity reflected by co captain Carli Lloyd , I'm good at twenty two of the best bestest friends right behind , and its values voiced by fellow co captain Megan Rapinoe who won the golden ball award for best player in the World Cup tournament this is my charge to everyone , we have to be better , we have to love more pay less we got a listen more and talk less it's our responsibility to make this world a better place the team begins a nationwide victory tore August third in Los Angeles