7:16 PMChallenge 50: Sam Kerr named female player of the year
Matilda's striker beat off the competition from these, as Saki Kumagay, Amandine Henry and Lucy bronze, in order to claim the merit
It was once again an explosive year of devastating finish for starry sky Matilda, who undoubtedly helped his own country to achieve the end of the Asian Cup between the AFC ladies in April.
Kerr is twice punched, such as the team of Alain Stacija only actually missed saving trophy tournament of Nations, the power difference exceeding the goals of the United States.
The striker still excelled at the club level.
Now a record scorer of the state ladies ' football League, with 55 goals, Kerr won the yellow Shoe season 2 in order, earning 16 in just 19 gigs when her fresh Chicago Red Stars club staged the playoffs.
What's not the least, she still knocked 13 one for Perth's popularity in the 2017-18 season in order to win the W-League Yellow Shoe.
Coach Matilda Stajcic labels Kerr "without a doubt the most critical player in the world in the final thirty percent" and our referee, she kicks ladies football magazine agreed, choosing a 25-year goal of the elite prize ahead of several strong contenders.
Indeed, the stunning defensive midfielder "Lyon" Saki Kumagai had an extraordinary 2018 year, leading Japan in the triumph of the AFC Asian Cup in front of Matilda, and even gold in the Asian games in August.
Meanwhile, midfielder of "Dinamo" of France, Amandine Henry and the lawyer team of the UK Lucy bronze won the ladies ' UEFA Champions League with Kumagae in may, while the 1st favorite of last year's Goal 50 award, the striker of Wolfsburg and Denmark's Pernille harder, continued to impress immediate goals for club and country.
Not least, the team at She Kicks had no way of not looking past Kerr, who, with her pace, poise and personality, is considered one of the leading grounds on which Australia is tilted to challenge the FIFA world Cup proper year in France.
Luca Modric was named the winner of the men's goal 50 award, defeating Cristiano Ronaldo and the stranglehold of Lionel Messi at the annual award.
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