Feet of Gold
May 22, 1999 - A 3-0 victory against Brazil at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla., was more than a big win for the U.S. national team. It was the night Mia Hamm created soccer history by scoring her 108th international goal as she became the world's leading goal scorer, breaking her tie with Italy's Elisabetta Vignotto's 107.
"I saw her out there [on the wing], got her the ball and just watched her work the magic," Parlow said.
In typical fashion, Hamm played down her role and focused on her teammates. "It was special to get the record on such a great team goal," she said.
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