American football player Carli Lloyd became the third player ever to reach 300 international appearances.
The 38-year-old veteran started her side’s game against Saturday as they played a friendly against Sweden, which finished 1-1 after Megan Rapinoe grabbed a late equaliser to cancel out Lina Hurtig's first-half opener.
Lloyd captained the USWNT for the occasion, and has 124 goals to her name for her country. She needs just six more to become joint-third top scorer of all time for the women’s side.
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Lloyd has won two World Cups, as well as two Olympic gold medals and two FIFA World Player of the Year awards.
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