Abby Wambach breaks Mia Hamm's all-time international goals record

By Mike Singer |

Abby Wambach set the all-time women's international scoring mark with her 160th goal. (USATSI)

US Women's National team striker Abby Wambach scored four goals in the first half against South Korea on Thursday night in Harrison, N.J., as she became the all-time leading goal scorer in women's international soccer history.

Wambach's 29th-minute header, her third goal of the night, gave her 159 international goals, breaking a record set by former national team star Mia Hamm.

Wambach scored the first goal just 10 minutes into the game and then headed in her second at the 19-minute mark. Her record-breaking goal came off a corner kick struck by Megan Rapinoe as she continued her historic night. She scored one more before halftime for good measure.

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