Sam Kerr, the Australia and Chelsea captain, is a two-time Ballon d’Or finalist and will be looking to lead her country to glory as co-hosts.
There is no greater entertainer in the women’s game than Kerr. Known for ability to stretch the opposition with movement in behind, long with her instincts and finishing ability inside the 18-yard box, Kerr has a real shot to bring home the Golden Boot this summer.
The question is: Can Kerr handle the pressure of being a host nation and lead her country to their first-ever FIFA Women’s World cup title? We’re about to find out.
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