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Top 10 Players to Watch in Women’s World Cup 2015

8. Verónica Boquete – Spain

Verónica Boquete - Spain
At No. 8 in the list of Top 10 Players to Watch in Women’s World Cup 2015 is Spanish footballer who plays as a midfielder or forward for Bundesliga club Bayern Munich and the Spanish national team. Boquete is one of the most exciting and talented player in the game. Her ability to waltz past defenders and produce the perfect pass makes her Spain’s most threatening player.

7. Homare Sawa – Japan

Homare Sawa - Japan
The Japanese professional football player Homare Sawa comes 7th amongst Top 10 Players to Watch in Women’s World Cup 2015. Sawa was the key attacking midfielder and the stand out player for Japan 4 years ago when they beat all-comers to lift the trophy at Germany 2011. She is now 36 years old and endured a series of injuries but she is an iconic figure in the game. This will be her sixth World Cup finals.

6. Jill Scott – England

Jill Scott - England
One of the most technically assured individuals in Mark Sampson’s squad, the 5ft 11in box-to-box Manchester City midfielder reads the game superbly. Shone during Germany 2011 and capable of doing even better this time. Scott was voted 2008 FA Players’ Player of the Year and 2011 FA International Player of the Year. Jill Scot is at No.6 in our list of Top 10 Players to Watch in Women’s World Cup 2015.

5. Alex Morgan- USA

Alex Morgan- Top 10 Players to Watch
No doubt she is one the Top 10 Players to Watch in Women’s World Cup 2015. For football fans, Alex Morgan need no introduction. This American star was part of th team which was beaten by Japan on penalties 4 years ago and is desperate to go to one better this time. She finished 2012 with 28 goals and 21 assists, joining Mia Hamm as the only American women to score 20 goals and collect 20 assists in the same calendar year, and making her the sixth and youngest U.S. player to score 20 goals in a single year. She was subsequently named U.S. Soccer Female Athlete of the Year and was a FIFA World Player of the Year finalist.

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