49: Jenni Hermoso

Hermoso split her year between Paris and Madrid, ending her only season at PSG with five league goals in the first half of 2018 before returning to Spain with champions, Atlético. She has reacclimatised like a duck to water, failing to score in only two league matches so far this season, and her tally stood at seven at the end of November. Internationally, Hermoso continued to be the driving force in Spain’s World Cup qualifying campaign with goals against Austria, Finland and Serbia as they booked their spot in France.

Jose Luis Sanchez, Atletico Madrid manager:

“Jenni Hermoso played last season at PSG, finishing runners-up in the League and French Cup Champion, winning against the all-powerful Lyon in the final. This season she signed with Atlético Madrid and makes the team win in situations of close play and tight playing spaces for players like Ludmila. Jenni is a very talented player, with an exquisite technical capacity and that makes differences in the reading of the game and decision making.”

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