82. Fridolina Rolfo

Top 100 2019 Fridolina Rolfo

Rolfo was one of a number of Swedes to come to the fore as Peter Gerhardsson’s side enjoyed an impressive run to the World Cup semi-finals, culminating in a bronze medal in Nice. Scoring against Thailand, Rolfo agonisingly missed the semi-final through suspension but returned to start against England in the third-place play-off. Technically astute, Rolfo provided plenty of quality at club level too, her performances for Bayern Munich enough to earn her a move to rivals and champions Wolfsburg in the summer. After a good run of form early in 2019 which saw her score in five consecutive games, Rolfo found the net three matches in a row for her new side last month as she settles into new surroundings.

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