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19 mai 2019

The Sud Ladies Cup 2019 best XI

After a spectacular tournament, with plenty of goals and emotions, here are the eleven best players of the Sud Ladies Cup 2019, won by DPR Korea.

Yu Son Gom (RDP Corée) : If DPR Korea lifted the second edition of the Sud Ladies Cup title, they can thank their goalkeeper who managed to keep five clean-sheets in five games !

Reyna Reyes (Mexique) : Right-back, left-back... The University of Alabama (USA) player shined by her versatility and her activity. The 18 years old defender even scored two goals : during the opening game against Japan and against Gabon.

Ri Kum-Hyang (RDP Corée) : Thanks to her solidity and her composure, despite her young age (18 years old), the North Korean captain has been one of the best players of the Sud Ladies Cup. That is why she has played the whole five games of this second edition.

Oto Kanno (Japon) : She announced herself with a beautiful goal against Mexico in the opening game. And she kept shining during the tournament. The promising Nippon TV Beleza (Japan) player, elegant with the ball, has been a key player for the Young Nadeshiko.

Tabita Joseph (Haïti) : After a complicated Sud Ladies Cup 2018, the Haitians have shown all their improvement since a year. Some Grenadières shined, as the AS Tigresses defender. Despite her young age, the Haitian player impressed with her ability to cover all the right wing.

Silvana Flores (Mexique) : The gifted Arsenal midfielder has never been put in a difficult position during the Sud Ladies Cup 2019. Thanks to her vista, she has lighted up the competition and won a deserved best player award.

Sara Ito (Japon) : The Nippon TV Menina player has given everything during the Sud Ladies Cup 2019. Thanks to her solidity in defence and her attacking abilities, she has shined in the midfield, with also a goal scored against Haiti (3-0).

Yun Ji Hwa (RDP Corée) : After four good first games with DPR Korea, the 17 years old midfielder has been sensational for her last game against Haiti (4-0) by scoring a hat-trick. An incredible display that led the North Koreans to the win... and the title !

Mickaëlla Cardia (France) : Pace, technique, skills... The Olympique Marseille player has impressed all along the tournament. Her performance against Haiti has proven it : after having scored a brace, the forward has offered us a crazy skill that has been seen all over the world !

Kim Kyong Yong (RDP Corée) : The North Korean striker is logically in the best XI of the competition after she has finished top scorer of the Sud Ladies Cup with five goals. The 17 years old has also made two assists against Haiti (4-0) and Gabon (10-0).

Maho Hirosawa (Japon) : The Young Nadeshiko have finished second of the Sud Ladies Cup 2019 and can thank the Waseda University (Japan) player. The young striker shined by her consistency in front of the net : after a first goal against Mexico (3-2), she has done it again during the wins over Gabon (11-0) and Haiti (3-0).

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