A few days after what was the biggest victory margin in a women's World Cup game ever, the last thing on the Thailand teams mind was another drubbing, this time against Sweden.
However, in the 91st minute of the match, Thai captain Sung-Ngoen scored what may go down as one of the most historic goals in their history, after all, it was the first time they had scored against a team higher than themselves in the world rankings.
You could also see what it meant to the team, as many of the coaching staff were reduced to tears, with many of the Swedish fans also applauding the goal. Their manager Nuengrutai Srathongvian had this to say:
"The goal made us laugh, made us smile and makes us happy. It was a difficult goal to score and, playing a great team like Sweden, it meant so much."
Have you been keeping up with the Womens World Cup? I feel like a lot more people are paying attention to Womens football in general nowadays, which will only benefit the scene.