Meghan Klingenberg scored the goal of a lifetime on Monday against Haiti on a screaming effort that zipped into the back of the net to help the U.S. women on their way to a 6-0 win.
On Tuesday, a still ecstatic Klingenberg — and her teammates — discussed the magical moment.
“As soon as it hit my foot I’m like ‘Oh my God, that’s perfect.’ I couldn’t believe it; it was awesome,” the 26-year-old left back said.
There have been a handful of spectacular goals in the surprisingly competitive CONCACAF Women’s Championship, including Tuesday’s bicycle kick by Costa Rica forward Carolina Venegas. Which one do you think was more impressive?
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