In 148 matches across five FIFA Women's World Cups™ to date, 539 goals have been scored - some more spectacular than others. Impressive solo runs, phenomenal long-distance strikes and flowing moves capped by tidy finishes are becoming ever more prevalent in the women's game.
One of the most famous goals in the history of women's football was scored on 12 October 2003 in that year's FIFA Women's World Cup Final in Los Angeles. Eight minutes into extra time and with the scores tied at 1-1, Nina Kunzer rose to head in a decisive Golden Goal against Sweden to make Germany world champions for the very first time. Replays of the goal are still shown whenever anyone needs reminding of the passion and excitement of the feminine side of the sport.
Of course fans from all over the world will have their own ideas on the greatest goal ever, particularly with such skilful stars as reigning FIFA World Player, the Brazilian maestro Marta, now gracing the women's game. With that in mind, FIFA.com is asking you to 'Have your say' by telling us:
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