Abby Wambach Is Now The Highest-Scoring Women’s Soccer Player In History

Mia Hamm can suck on it. Just kidding, they’re friends.

Last night, United States women’s national team striker Abby Wambach scored four first-half goals against South Korea to become the all-time leading scorer in women’s international soccer, surpassing Mia Hamm’s mark of 158 goals. The record-breaking goal came off of a header in the 29th minute of the match, sent in from a corner kick by Megan Rapinoe.

Afterwards, Mia Hamm tweeted the following message to Wambach:

Who responded with…

Wambach, 33, joined the U.S. women’s national soccer team 12 years ago, and now has 160 career international goals. Congratulations, Abby!

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