67. Giulia Gwinn

At 20, Gwinn is already technically astute with the versatility to either perform in midfield or as a full-back. Her form for Freiburg and incredible talent earned her a move to Bayern Munich for the new season but it was for Germany at the summer’s World Cup where people got a really good look at just how good Gwinn can be. 8 goals last season for Freiburg served as a warning that Gwinn is able to find the net but her stunning strike against China really announced her to the world. She played 90 minutes in all five of Germany’s World Cup games and her performances were enough to see her announced as the FIFA Best Young Player award for the tournament as a whole.

Jens Scheuer, FC Bayern Munich manager:

“Giulia has become an outstanding player all over in the recent years. Her physical and technical abilities are almost unique and she is a player with a very bright future.”

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Top 100 Women’s Footballers of 2019 – Results

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