Danielle Carter produced a wonder-strike as Arsenal upset Chelsea to win the Women's FA Cup final 1-0 at Wembley.
The winger cut in from the left and picked out the top corner with a wonderful curling shot.
Dan Carter's quality finish separates the two sides so far.
-- BBC Sport (@BBCSport) May 14, 2016
Twitter was suitably impressed as Carter, who is only 22, won the FA Cup for the fourth time.
Finish that is in the women's fa cup final!
-- Jourdain Stanley (@JourdStannerz94) May 14, 2016
Who else is watching the women's FA cup finals? What a goal
-- BJ (@B0LAJI) May 14, 2016
-- Benny from the block (@Benny_35) May 14, 2016
-- Ian Stafford (@IanStaffs) May 14, 2016
The name Dan Carter is, of course, well-known to sports fans - and while the legendary New Zealand fly-half was set to try and win rugby's European Cup with Racing 92 against Saracens later on Saturday, his day might have already been overshadowed.
Dan Carter what a goal - it's all in the name ??
-- Tom Carter (@tjeycarter17) May 14, 2016
Unusual to be hearing Dan Carter in a non-rugby setting but the goal she's just scored for Arsenal Ladies was similar class to the Kiwi.
-- Brian Moore (@brianmoore666) May 14, 2016
While Carter won the FA Cup for the fourth time, it was a fifth triumph for 37-year-old striker Kelly Smith, who rolled back the years in another inspired performance.
Her substitution raised some eyebrows, though.
Arsenal's Kelly Smith subbed after 74 minutes. Comfortably the game's outstanding player today. Still 1-0 to Arsenal Ladies.
-- Oliver Holt (@OllieHolt22) May 14, 2016
Arsenal take their two best players today off.....brave.
-- Jack Megaw (@jackmegawphoto) May 14, 2016
In the end there was no denying Arsenal as they won the Women's FA Cup for a record 14th time in front of a record crowd of 32,912 at Wembley.