28: Kim Little

Top 100 2020 Kim Little

Arsenal’s Kim Little continues to be one of the best at what she does, making the difficult look easy. She may not hit the eye-catching goal statistics of the early days of the FA WSL, but the Scotland international continues to influence and control games, still chipping in with goals and assists on a regular basis. Little has adapted her game to sit and control, she sees pockets and opportunities to play passes others wouldn’t, and it’s why she is still ranked highly as one of the best in the world in her position. Sadly, she couldn’t help Scotland to a third successive major tournament, but she surely still has plenty to give for her country and continues to be a key player for her club on a regular basis.

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