Four record-breaking decades with Kristine Lilly


is a living legend. Not only is she the most capped international player of all time, male or female (354), but ten years ago she became the first person in international football history to represent her country in four different decades. We caught up with Lilly to look at each of those four decades to see which memories stood out most. (FIFA.com)

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