22: Amel Majri

Somewhat unsung in the past, Majri has managed to stand out this year in a star-studded Lyon side. One of the most creative wingers in the game, she ended 2017-18 with double figures for assists while chipping in with two braces during the second half of the campaign. Two further pairs have followed early in the 2018-19 campaign; she has continued to be a regular and important player both for Lyon and the national team and, if France want to win their home World Cup in 2019, she could be as important as anyone.


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Top 100 Women’s Footballers of 2018 – Results

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