88: Deyna Castellanos

The fact that Castellanos continues to find herself in the top 100 speaks eloquently of her talent and potential. The 19-year-old was in good form for Florida State during 2018 and just last weekend helped her side clinch the NCAA title but, once again, her exploits at international level earned most of the plaudits. There is a genuine worry that we may never see Castellanos on the World Cup stage for a struggling Venezuela, but she still scored four goals against Bolivia at the Copa América Femenina and supplied another against Ecuador. She also provided a late winner against Jamaica at the CAC Women’s Games.

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Top 100 Women’s Footballers of 2018 – Results

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