43: Lina Magull

Magull’s form in the 2017-18 season, which included a hat-trick against Cologne early this year, earned her a move from Freiburg to Bayern Munich in time for the current campaign. She went on to score three goals in her opening two matches for Bayern, but her assist tally for the year is just as impressive as her goal record. The 24-year-old has also solidified her role as a key player for Germany, proving her worth as a creative force but also scoring four goals as the team qualified for the 2019 World Cup.

Thomas Woerle, Bayern Munich manager:

“Lina has shown great performances in the past year both for SC Freiburg, and then for FC Bayern Munich. With 9 league goals so far, she has demonstrated not only her technical and creative abilities as an attacking midfielder, but also her great qualities in front of the goal.”


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