A German teenager scored an extraordinary long-range goal on her Women’s World Cup debut

Women's World Cup - Group B - Germany v China - Roazhon Park, Rennes, France - June 8, 2019 Germany's Giulia Gwinn celebrates scoring their first goal with team mates REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

  • 19-year-old Giulia Gwinn scored the winning goal for Germany in her Women’s World Cup debut on Saturday.
  • Gwinn fired her team to victory over China from outside the box in the 66th minute.
  • It was the only goal in the group stage match.
  • Watch the stunning strike below.
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Germany has a bright future in the 2019 Women’s World Cup and beyond.

Giulia Gwinn, the soccer side’s mercurial midfielder scored the winning goal against China on Saturday — and she’s only 19 years old.

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