64: Marie-Antoinette Katoto

By the end of November Katoto had scored 13 league goals in the calendar year and one can only wonder how far the 20-year-old superstar will go. Her biggest moment came when she scored the only goal in the French Cup final against Lyon in May. A disappointing Under-20 World Cup with France was a low point but her club form earned a senior debut and she has put herself in the frame to play at her home World Cup.

Olivier Echouafni, PSG manager:

“Marie-Antoinette is a young player with a lot of talent. She is fast, skilful and powerful with all the qualities of a great striker; and she still has a lot of space to improve!”


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