85: Alexia Putellas

At 24, the classy Barcelona forward is just starting to come into her own. Ten league goals in 2018 is no bad tally for anyone who has to jostle for prominence in Barça’s attack with Lieke Martens and Toni Duggan, but Putellas stole the show with a stunning quadruple against Rayo Vallecano. She recently scored for Spain against Israel and Poland, and might just be one to watch at the World Cup.

Fran Sanchez, FC Barcelona manager:

“Alexia is a very elegant and versatile player. She plays for the team game and knows how to score goals.”

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Top 100 Women’s Footballers of 2018 – Results

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