Mia Hamm has long been the face of women's soccer, acclaimed as the most eminent female player to ever play the game.
But in the years since her career has come to a close, a new star has risen to prominence.
Hailing from Brazil, Marta Vieira da Silva's absolute dominance of the sport has earned her four consecutive FIFA Women's World Player of the Year awards.
Both are diminutive strikers, measuring 5'4", who use their pace and skill to dismantle defenses.
And both have become the most dominant players in their respective eras.
Inviting the question: Who is greater?