37. Sara Dabritz
A nifty rise of one place for Dabritz in 2019 shows the consistency in her performances over the last couple of years. With Bayern Munich showing no signs of toppling Wolfsburg and a squad transition during the summer, it was no surprise to see the Germany playmaker move on in the summer and join French giants PSG. With her injury worries behind her, everyone hoped to see the real Dabritz on the world stage in the summer and she didn’t disappoint. Dabritz found the net in three consecutive tournament games and bagged an assist as she threateend to be Germany’s star of the tournament in the absence of Dzsenifer Marozsan. A hat-trick against Ukraine in a recent qualifier and a few goals for PSG have got her new season off to a solid start and at 24 there’s every chance there’s still more to come.
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