57. Lina Magull

Top 100 2019 Lina Magull

Magull scored three goals in the final three games of 2018 to tee her up for a busy 2019. Her vision and passing ability couldn’t help Bayern topple Wolfsburg domestically but it did help take them all the way to the Champions League semi-finals. Magull was in good form at the World Cup, finding the net in the group stage before giving her side the lead in the quarter-final against Sweden, a match which would ultimately end in defeat. The Bayern team has changed around her a lot over the summer but Magull is still performing to a high level and on the international stage bagged a hat-trick in last month’s Euro 2021 qualifier against Ukraine. Still just 25, Magull is now entering the peak years of her career.

Jens Scheuer, FC Bayern Munich manager:

“Lina played a very good World Cup and is also developing her role as a leader on and off the field. Her game intelligence on the field and understanding of the game is impressive.”

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