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The best 10 players stealing the show at the Women’s World Cup France 2019
The world enjoys watching how women can also control the ball with dexterity, skill and, above all, bravery in defending their countries in the World Cup France 2019. Dzsenifer Marozsan, Marta Vieira Da Silva, Sam Kerr and Alex Morgan are some of those women who can make the ball move to their rhythm and in their favour on the football pitch.
The time has arrived to see the best women players in action at the main global football event. The Women’s World Cup France 2019 is the setting where the best goalies, defenders and strikers use all their strength on the pitch to take their team towards raising the trophy being competed for this year in France.
But no doubt you are asking yourself who these acclaimed women are who have achieved championships, golden football awards, prizes and leagues within the from the world of women’s football and who we should watch out for to enjoy a good example of football during this global tournament. We reveal these to you and, as of now, we declare ourselves as fans of the best players at France 2019.
- Dzsenifer Marozsan, Germany.
The mid-fielder won the Champions League 3 times with Barcelona FC, the French Cup and the Women’s Division 1. She was a principal factor in the German team winning a gold medal in the Olympic Games at Rio de Janeiro in 2016. One of her greatest honours was to be selected for The Best of FIFA as one of the best 3 players in the world.
- Marta Vieira Da Silva, Brazil.
Six times named as the best player in the world, one could believe that Marta has no rivals who could beat her. She holds the striker position in her team as well as in the Orlando Pride in the USA, where she has played since 2017. The number 10 in Brazil, who Pele also supported, was named by the UNO as an ambassador against sexism in the sport in 2018 and was honoured by FIFA with an award for The Best.
- Sam Kerr, Australia.
The Australian selection has an expert goalie among its team. Today, Sam has scored 112 goals in 180 games, both with her team in the A-League and in the NSWL, where she plays with Chicago Red Stars. The striker has such a powerful kick that the goal area opens up when it sees her approaching.
- Alex Morgan, United States of America.
Football in the USA swells with pride when talking about Alex Morgan, a 29 year old front-fielder who stands out among the best footballers in the world for being the greatest goal scorer in her team with over 100 international goals.
- Lucy Bronze, England.
The intrepid and fierce defender from the English team can emerge from the right side or through the centre field and lead the ball wherever she chooses. In the last World Cup in Canada 2015 she managed to achieve two goals and ended in third place. From 2017, she arrived at the Olympique in Lyon with whom she has obtained the Champions League on two occasions.
- Lieke Martens, Holland.
The 26 year old mid-fielder who also plays for Barcelona FC received The Best of FIFA award and another for the best player in the Eurocup, and she went on the have a distinguished season in 2017. In 2015, she scored the first goal in history for her team at the Canadian World Cup.
- Amandine Henry, France.
She has a Silver Ball in the Canadian World Cup in 2015, the champion of six French Cups and two European Cups, as well as being the mid-fielder at the Olympique in Lyon, she wants and fights for the World Cup to stay at home and with such a trajectory, hardly anyone doubts that it will.
- Caroline Graham Hansen, Norway.
The most recent fixture at Barcelona FC for the 2019-2021 period is Caroline Graham Hansen who can well play as a front-fielder or mid-fielder. She achieved second place at the Eurocup in 2013 and as she could not take part in the previous world cup, she has come to France with all her energy to make her team proud.
- Wendi Renard, France.
Another player who is part of the French team in defence and attack is Wendi Renard. She is also part of the team at the Olympique in Lyon where, just this season, she scored 12 goals. The undefeated winner of the French league from 2006 and six times champion of the Champions League, this year she is hoping to keep the World Cup in France and to continue her winning streak.
- Saki Kumagai, Japan.
The Japanese team is captained by this defence who also plays for the Olympique of Lyon. With a long trajectory of wins, the largest being the World Cup of 2011, Saki can move the pieces in the most perfect way when attempting to achieve the task, and wants to keep this year’s World Cup.