Crystal Alicia Dunn — remember her name!
The 23 year-old was introduced as a second-half substitute in the US Women’s National Team (USWNT) match against England’s Lionesses last Thursday and three minutes into her game, she scored a rocket of a goal to earn USWNT’s first win in the 2016 SheBelieves Cup.
The Washington Spirit winger outshone the likes of Carli Lloyd, Alex Morgan and Tobin Heath to score the winning goal on the 72nd minute at the Raymond James Stadium in Florida.
She came on as a late substitute in USWNT’s second win against France and played a vital part in clinching a late goal courtesy of Alex Morgan. She would be hoping to be a part of Jill Ellis’ plans in their last group stage game against Germany on Wednesday.
Here’s her wonder goal: