SAO PAULO (AP) – Soccer star Abby Wambach has been known to grab clutch goals during her illustrious career with the United States women's national team . Yet Wambach's greatest achievement to date might have come off the field: scoring free Chipotle for life.
The two-time Olympic medalist posted her latest conquest on her Twitter account Saturday and expressed her satisfaction on the social networking site.
"So Chipotle today told me I was getting a gold card that I get free burritos for life. Happiest day ever," said the ex-University of Florida standout.
Wambach has scored 146 goals in 191 appearances with the national team. The 32-year-old trails legendary striker Mia Hamm by 12 goals on the national team's all-time leading score's list.
The U.S. women's soccer team has added two more stops to its post-Olympic victory tour. The Americans will play exhibitions against Ireland on Nov. 28 in Portland and Dec. 1 in Glendale, Ariz. The U.S. is 8-0-0 against Ireland.
The Americans are 3-0 so far on tour, with two victories over Australia and one against Costa Rica. They face two-time World Cup champion Germany on Oct. 20 in Bridgeview, Ill., with another game three days later in East Hartford, Conn.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.