France would have beaten Mexico in the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup if Amandine Henry hadn’t scored a goal of the tournament contender, but she did anyway.

Henry capped France’s 5-0 win over Mexico on Wednesday with a stunning, long-range strike.

France was leading 4-0 in the 80th minute when Henry ripped a swerving shot from around 35 yards away from the Mexico goal.

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Henry earned “woman of the match honors” with her goal and all-around performance in France’s win.

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France clinched the top spot in the Group F standings with the win. France will face South Korea on Sunday in Montreal in the Round of 16.

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