Last night, the Matildas defeated China in an epic showdown, thanks in large part to the thunderous right boot of Kerr who scored two of Australia’s three goals.
— Richard Hinds (@rdhinds) November 22, 2017
Kerr’s partner in last night’s nail-biter, Caitlin Foord, referred to her teammate as a goal-scoring phenomenon in a post match interview.
“She just keeps scoring goals, doesn’t she? I think it drives the team to be better.
“To know you have someone who can score goals when you need them is a good feeling to have. The hype around her and the team is very exciting. It kind of puts pressure on us to have to perform and it’s what Australia expects now,” she said.
— Justin Turner (@VlogBoyAU) November 22, 2017
Sam Kerr to player coach the #Socceroos
— Craig White (@Craig1616) November 22, 2017
The win is the Matildas’ sixth victory in a row off the back of success in the mid-year Tournament of Nations and double wins over Brazil in September.
For someone who scored just 8 goals in seven years, Kerr is clearly making up for lost time. In the last five appearances she’s played for Australia she’s tallied a whopping nine of them.
And this, is by far the best.