It’s just over 12 months since Ludmila scored four in one game to down Malaga for Atletico Madrid and it kick-started what was a solid 2019 for the pacey forward. The Ludmila hit form at the start of 2019, including a brace to knock arch rivals FC Barcelona out of the Spanish Cup. Her form ensured a starting spot in all four of Brazil’s World Cup matches before returning to Spain where she’s had a solid if unspectacular start to the campaign. At 24, Ludmila has the ability to become something more special and not just needs to add more regular goals and assists to her game.
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