13. Dzsenifer Marozsan

Top 100 2019 Dzsenifer Marozsan

There’s a big fat ‘what if’ against Marozsan’s name this year and she drops to her lowest ranking yet despite playing some of the best football of her career. An injury early on in Germany’s first game of the World Cup practically curtailed her tournament before it even started and even 45 minutes against Sweden playing through the pain couldn’t save her nation’s tournament. It was a huge shame for one of the world’s best players but she hasn’t let it effect her club form, scoring pre-tournament in the Champions League final against Barcelona, Since the summer, Marozsan’s numbers are staggering. Only in November and Maro has contributed 16 goals for Lyon, scoring seven and assisting nine and she looks back to her best as she aims for an even bigger 2020. Still only 27, there’s plenty more to come from this star.

Jess Fishlock, former Lyon player:

“I still believe Marozsan is underrated. She gets talked about a lot but not the accolodaes she should get. Her team is always so much better with her and the team she’s in play around her, that’s what Lyon is and it’s what Germany is. She is phenomenal, but she does it so silently and that’s why she doesn’t get the awards. Lyon play around her, that’s how good she is, their whole game is around Dzsenifer Marozsan and that speaks volumes for how good she is.”

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