Megan Rapinoe's superb World Cup for the United States saw her finish as top goalscorer and the tournament's best player.
Having been told to "WIN first before she TALKS" by Donald Trump, Megan Rapinoe scored again as USA retained the Women's World Cup.
The women's team scored 26 goals in the 2019 tournament, beating Germany's record of 25 goals.
Rose Lavelle was called "a straight-up superstar" by fellow World Cup final goalscorer Megan Rapinoe after the United States' 2-0 victory.
USA secured their fourth Women’s World Cup title, now winning twice as many Women’s World Cup tournaments as any other nation.
The United States women's national team may have hoisted up the World Cup trophy, but the list of winners doesn't stop there.
Now, you can celebrate with the historymakers when they return stateside.
With Sunday's 2-0 win over the Netherlands, the U.S. set a record for the most World Cup titles won by a nation.
Rapinoe tied USWNT teammate Alex Morgan and England's Ellen White with Sunday's goal, but Rapinoe had the tie-break with six assists.