In case you haven’t heard, the U.S. won the big title game in the Fifa Women’s World Cup. The USA team was led by Carli Lloyd who netted a hat trick that ultimately doomed Japan. The final score ended up being 5-2 in favor of the USA. Lloyd didn’t waste much time putting together that hat trick, only taking a mere 16 minutes to net all three goals. That hat trick is the first ever in Women’s World Cup Final history, and just the second in World Cup Final history. The high scoring affair broke the record for the highest scoring Women’s World Cup final of all time. The seven goals in this match outdid the previous record of four by these same two clubs back in 2011. If you haven’t already seen the game or the highlights check out all of the greatest clips compiled together down below!