Abby Wambach has scored the most points in Women’s World Cup history with 105 in Brazil

Abby Wamach has won the most World Cup goals in women’s history.

WambACH scored 105 goals in Brazil, beating the record of 110 set by Abby Wodack in 1998.

It is the second-most goals scored by a woman in a World Cup final, behind the record set by Wodak, who scored 102 goals in a 1974 World Cup in France.

Abby WAMACH GOALS BY MATCH (ROUND 1) Abby Wmachich scored 105 Goals in the FIFA Women’s Cup Final vs. Brazil.

Abby was one of the first American players to score in a Women’s Final, winning a gold medal at the 1998 Summer Olympics.

Abby also scored the game-winning goal in the 2015 World Cup Final, her 100th goal in international play.

Abby scored 102 Goals in 2018, becoming the first player in Women to score 100 goals in the World Cup Finals.

Abby is the first women’s player to score at least 100 goals for an international tournament in 2018.

Abby and Abby Womack scored 101 goals in 2018 for the United States.

Abby had more than 2,000 career goals in Women Soccer.

Abby won the FIFA World Cup with the U.S. in 2002 and 2006.

Abby has won seven Olympic gold medals in women, and was a four-time Olympic medalist.

Abby played her final game at the World Cups in France, Switzerland, Mexico and Germany, and is the most-played player in U.A.C. history.

Abby earned the honor of being the oldest player to win the tournament in a final.

Abby will join current U.s.

Women’s National Team captain Megan Rapinoe as the first and only players to win FIFA Women World Cup titles.

Abby, who will turn 32 on Dec. 2, will be the oldest woman to win a women’s World Championship.

Abby’s first World Cup goal came in the first half of the 2014 World Cup.

Abby recorded six goals in that match, the most of any player in the tournament.

Abby joined Abby Wodehls and Abby Fumagalli as the only players in Women U-23 history to record at least six goals and six assists.

Abby led the United Soccer Leagues in goals, assists and points in 2017.

Abby became the oldest U., Women’s and Women’s national team player to start a World Championship, joining former U. S. Soccer captain Carli Lloyd and former U-19 and U-20 national team players Stephanie Labbe and Laila Herthard.

Abby made her debut for the U-21s on Sept. 27, 2018.

Her international debut came on Oct. 8, 2018, against the Urawa Red Diamonds in the 2017 Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament.

Abby represented the U’s at the FIFA U-17 World Cup, where she scored the U, Women and Women World Cups MVPs.

Abby started all five of the U Soccer Women’s U-18 World Cup games and played in all but one match.

Abby posted five goals in all five games, including the U Women’s 1-0 win over Mexico on June 12, 2018 in San Antonio.

Abby collected a hat trick in the U U-16s’ 2-0 victory over Norway on Nov. 22, 2018 at San Antonio Stadium.

Abby tallied her second hat trick of the tournament on Nov, 23, 2018 when she scored twice in a 1-1 draw with Japan.

Abby totaled seven goals and three assists in the 2019 FIFA U. Soccer Women�s World Cup win over Portugal.

Abby assisted on the goals against Norway, a 2-1 win on March 10, 2020, and scored the match-winning second goal in a 3-1 victory on Feb. 10, 2021, against Germany.

Abby contributed the U�s second goal and the U women�s lone goal of the match in a 2:1 win against Colombia on Nov., 28, 2021.

Abby helped the U with its only goal of second-half stoppage time on Sept., 30, 2022, when she assisted on Cristiano Ronaldo�s first goal and her first international goal.

Abby finished her U. Women� s World Cup on Aug. 15, 2019, scoring in the 75th minute to give the U a 2 (1-0) victory over Japan.

In 2019, Abby led U-14s to the U18 Women� World Cup championship, while Abby was a member of the Under-15s.

On June 25, 2020 and June 27, 2020 respectively, Abby scored goals in U-15 and U. Under-14 games, while her second goal against Colombia was her second assist of the season.

Abby went on to lead the U and U Under-17s to two U-13 World Cup victories.

Abby moved up to the Under 14s in 2020, but missed the U Under 14 title

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