Marta and Formiga head Brazil Women’s World Cup squad
Thursday, 16 May 2019 RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Six-time world player of the year Marta and the unretired Formiga will lead Brazil in the Women’s World Cup in France. Brazil coach Vadao announced his squad on Thursday, betting on 33-year-old Marta to end a nine-match losing streak and help the team win its first Women’s World Cup title. […]
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She's a six-time world player of the year and has now scored 17 World Cup goals, but Marta has never won women's football's biggest prize. Judging by the... Deutsche Welle Also reported by •Firstpost •Zee News •BBC News •euronews •CBS Sports
The 33-year-old, widely considered the best player in the history of the women's game, slammed home from the spot in the 74th minute against Group C winners... DNA Also reported by •euronews •BBC Sport •CBS Sports