11: Dzsenifer Marozsan

The Germany captain drops out of the top 10 this year but her talent levels have not waned. Seven goals and the same number of assists helped Lyon to the French title and the Champions League before illness meant she missed a large chunk of the start of the 2018-19 season. Two goals in a tight game against Montpellier showed Marozsán’s ability to pop up at important moments and, while she did not find the net for Germany during 2018, she continued to play a key role as a side in transition between managers qualified for the World Cup.

Horst Hrubesch, former Germany head coach:

“One of the most technically strong players in the world, great teamplayer, can do everything with the ball, great tactical skills as well. A key player and a great role model.”


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