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Sinclair just three away from breaking scoring record

REIMS, France - It's been nearly four years since Abby Wambach scored her final goal for the U.S. women's national team and it went almost unnoticed, happening in the middle of a 7-2 rout of Costa Rica during an exhibition game played at a small-college football stadium.

But it became history because it was the 184th international goal of her career. No other player, male or female, was even close.

Now that record is about to fall. Canada's Christine Sinclair is three goals behind as her team enters play in

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