51. Sofia Jakobsson
Like many others, Jakobsson’s top moments of 2019 came in the summer’s World Cup in France. She had a solid end to the season with a Montpellier side who frustrated given the talent available to them, finding the net several times before embarking on a new challenge post-tournament. Jakobsson was influential in her general attacking play, drifting out wide or going direct through the middle in her role in Sweden’s attack, scoring a crucial quarter-final goal as Sweden came from behind to beat Germany before she found the net again with a superb curling effort in the third-place play-off against England. Along with team mate Kosovare Asllani, Jakobsson swapped France for Spain with CD Tacon, who will soon become Real Madrid. Two goals in nine games for a side stuck to the bottom of the table isn’t spectacular but there’s surely bigger things to come for the club.
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