67: Ann-Katrin Berger

Top 100 2020 Ann-Katrin Berger

It’s taken some time for the 30-year-old to gain wide recognition on the international stage, but her recent FIFA nomination for best goalkeeper teamed with a long-awaited first cap for Germany at the start of the month shows she is heading in the right direction. There’s a reason Emma Hayes has made her the number one at Chelsea, whether it be her leadership qualities, shot-stopping ability or her general stature in between the ticks. Berger started the year with a crucial penalty save vs Manchester City and followed it up with a stunning display in the Continental Cup final, confirming she is one of the very best around.

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