Just days after Donald Trump tried and failed to scold her on Twitter, Megan Rapinoe followed up her two-goal performance against Spain with an even better showing against France in the Women's World Cup quarterfinals. Pinoe bagged her second goal of the game in the 65th minute -- her fourth in the last two contests on the trot -- to give the USA a 2-0 lead over the host nation.
While Rapinoe's first goal was a tremendous solo effort, this one was the end result of a brilliant build-up from Alex Morgan and Tobin Heath. Heath's sublime cross landed right at Rapinoe's foot, and she promptly slotted home her fifth goal of the tournament in style.
Rapinoe has been showing her quality for her country for the better part of the decade, but she might be putting together one of the single most dominant performances in Women's World Cup history at age 33. At this rate, she's a true threat to bring home the Golden Boot as the tournament's highest scorer.