10. Debinha (Brazil)
Brazil’s Debinha, at 5 feet 2 inches tall, is small but possesses immense talent. The North Carolina Courage veteran, who was also second in goals scored to Christine Sinclair, was the top shot-taker in the 2020 NWSL Fall Series. Despite the fact that football is rare in the NWSL, the striker scored twice in Brazil’s SheBelives Cup in Feb and four times against Ecuador in November.
Debinha is a goal scorer, but her real value is as an attacking and defensive player. Paul Riley, Courage coach, explained Debinha’s development since 2017.
9. Hege Riise (Norway)
Hege Riise grew up in Norway and was also a top handball player, skier, and skier. However, she had to play soccer with boys until the age of 14 because there were no teams for girls.
Riise is a great winner in sports history, including women’s soccer. She is also one of three women who have won a World Cup and UEFA championship, as well as an Olympic gold medal. Riise won two WUSA championships in Carolina Courage, and was named team MVP both times.
She was a former Norwegian midfielder who won 188 caps for Norway during an era when they were an international force. But she manages to keep her ego in check so well that a journalist asked if she had one.
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8. Dzsenifer Marozsan (Germany)
Dzsenifer Makrossan, a well-known Soccer Player, was born April 18, 1992 in Hungary. Astrologers believe that Dzsenifer is an Aries Midfielder. She was 14 years old when she made her debut with FC Saarbrucken. In 2010, she joined the German national soccer team. She was born in Budapest (Hungary). Janos Marozsan, her father, was a member of the Hungarian national soccer team.
The German international’s creative ball skills have seen her provide nine assists to Lyon in this league. This puts her on track for surpassing the 12 she created last year.
7. Sun Wen (China)
Sun Wen, one of the most outstanding women’s soccer players ever, began playing soccer with her father when she was a child. She went on to play in four Women’s World Cups, two Olympics and scored 106 goals in 156 international matches.
Sun Wen was the tournament’s top player and won both the Golden Ball and the Golden Boot. She also took home the Golden Boot. Sun Wen, the WUSA Draft’s top pick, was also the Asian Football Confederation Player Award nominee.
6. Megan Rapinoe (United States)
Megan Rapinoe, an American professional soccer player, plays as a winger. She also captains OL Reign in the National Women’s Soccer League and the United States national soccer team. Rapinoe was named the Best FIFA Women’s player in 2019 and won the Ballon d’Or Feminin. She also played in the U.S. team at FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011, where they finished second. From 2018 to 2020 Rapinoe was a co-captain of the national team with Alex Morgan and Carli Lloyd. The team won the Bronze medal at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. She has previously played for the Chicago Red Stars and Philadelphia Independence in Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS), MagicJack in Women’s Soccer (WPS), and Olympique Lyon in France’s division 1 Feminine.
5. Pernille Harder (Denmark)
Pernille Harder seemed to be everywhere in 2020, whether she was receiving praises on the pitch or personally. When she switched from Wolfsburg to Chelsea, Pernille Harder became the most expensive player in women’s football. It’s easy to see why Emma Hayes loved her.
She won the German domestic double every year she was with Wolfsburg, and played in a team full of attacking prowess much like Chelsea. She scored 103 goals in 113 matches. With a record 27 goals, she won her second consecutive Golden Boot at season’s end with a stunning 27 goals. This is the most by any player in the league since 2010.
4. Homare Sawa (Japan)
Homare Sawa was a member of NTV Beleza (1991-1999), Japanese national football team (1993-1915), Denver Diamonds (1999-1999), Atlanta Beat (192001-03), Nippon TV Beleza (2004)-10, Washington Freedom (2009-10), INAC Kobe Leonessa (2011)
Seho is a former FIFA World Player of the Year. FIFA Women’s World Cup winner. Olympic silver medalistHomare Sawa was only 6 years old when she was invited by her older brother to practice. She took part in the international competition for Japan at age 15 and won the medal.
She would go on with one of the most successful careers in international history, participating in six World Cups as well as four Olympic games in 22 seasons. Japan has capped her 201 times.
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3. Sam Kerr (Australia)
After scoring her second goal in Continental Cup final, Sam Kerr spun and backflipped her way towards the corner flag. You couldn’t help but to smile as she did. Fans had waited for a year to witness her celebration. It felt like the last piece of the puzzle for the striker, who had previously broken scoring records in W-League and NWSL. Fran Kirby and her partnership this season have been unmatched. She’s only two goals behind Miedema on the WSL top scorers charts.
Although Australia’s captain’s abilities have never been doubted, it is clear that something has clicked this season. She has gone from appearing on the bench to building a partnership rivalling Harry Kane or Son Heung-Min. Emma Hayes wants more from her star forward though, especially with her flips.
2. Marta (Brazil)
Marta Vieiera da Silva, a soccer player from either gender, has been named the World Player of the Year six consecutive times. She won five straight games between 2006 and 2010. To practice her soccer skills, Vieiera da Silva, the Women’s World Cup career score leader, made makeshift balls from old grocery bags.
Marta has not won a major title in international competitions despite all her achievements. Her best result was at the 2007 Women’s World Cup where Brazil finished second. She also won silver medals at both the 2004 and 2008 Olympics.
1. Sam Mewis (United States)
Mewis’ transformation, from a player who did not make the 2015 USWNT World Cup and 2016 Rio Olympics squads, into someone Vlatko Butonovski describes as “a true example” of what the USWNT stands up for is amazing. Although her August 2020 arrival to the Women’s Super League was not the most notable signing of the summer, it is still a remarkable one.
It has made the biggest and most lasting impact. She was able to slot straight into Gareth Taylor’s starting line-up and has played a significant role in a number crucial goals, including the goal winner for Manchester City in January’s FA Cup final.
Now, she sleeps with her medal beside her bed. Add to this her incredible USWNT form. She achieved her first career hat-trick against Colombia and, although she was unable to compete in the SheBelieves team, she will be a prominent name on Andonovski’s Olympic roster.