Christine Sinclair extended her international goalscoring lead Tuesday, notching the opening goal against Trinidad and Tobago in Canada’s Concacaf W Championship opener.
The team went on to win 6-0.
190 International goals for @sincy12! 🔥#WeCAN @ConcacafW pic.twitter.com/H4WNj8yT3T— Canada Soccer (@CanadaSoccerEN) July 6, 2022
190 International goals for @sincy12! 🔥#WeCAN @ConcacafW pic.twitter.com/H4WNj8yT3T
For Sinclair, the goal – which was scored in the 27th minute – marks her 190th international tally. She’s the top international goal-scorer of all time among women’s and men’s players. Sinclair has scored for Canada in every year since 2000, when she received her first call up to the senior national team.
She’s also one of the most-capped international players, with 310 appearances for Canada.
With the win, Canada sits atop Group B standings, having scored three more goals than Costa Rica, who beat Panama and sits in second place.
Canada will next play Panama at 10 p.m. ET Friday.