The nets fall at their feet, they have been breaking their own records, they have scored goals from the head, from outside the area, from a volley, from a free kick, in the last minute. In this note we tell you who the top gunners in the history of women’s football are.
The fifth place is shared by the former forward of the German team and the current American footballer with 128 goals. Prinz was world champion twice, in 2003 and 2007 with her national team. and she has been voted the best FIFA player three times. He made his national debut at the age of 16 and retired after the 2011 World Cup. For his part, the 39-year-old Lloyd announced his retirement in late 2021 after 17 years on the pitch. The American is one of the best soccer players in the history of her country.
Twenty-three were the years that this former American soccer player has participated in her national team, and has played in 342 international matches with that shirt, with which she scored 130 goals.
And yes, the United States is ready. In this case with one of the most remembered midfielders of her selection. Hamm played for 17 years in the national team and when she retired in 2003 she was recognized as the best player of the moment. In 2013 she became the first woman to be inducted into the World Hall of Fame in Pachuca, Mexico.
The American forward retired from soccer on December 16, 2015, in New Orleans, when she played her last international match against China. And it wasn’t until January 2020 that Wambach held the national team goal record, with 184 goals in 255 games.
Standing applause. At 38 years old, the Canadian forward has played five World Cups with her national team, and in four of them she was the captain of the team. In addition, Sinclair participated in three Olympic Games, and just won the gold medal in Tokyo 2020. The media point to Cristiano Ronaldo as the top scorer at the national team level, however Sinclair has some advantage over him. Ronaldo scored 111 times and she 187.
After getting the gold medal, they asked him if he would hang the boots in the Selection. “I promised myself before this tournament that whatever happens here, I would not make a decision out of joy or pain. And I will stay true to that. So yeah, who knows? There’s a World Cup out there, so we’ll see. ”