Jodie Taylor wins Best Player of the Women’s World Cup semi-finals
BEST PLAYER OF THE WOMEN’S WORLD CUP SEMI-FINALS: JODIE TAYLOR
We asked you to vote for the best player of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 semi-finals and the majority of you voted to crown Jodie Taylor of England as your winner!
From kick-off of England’s semi-final match against Japan, Jodie Taylor was the dominating threat in attack similar to the previous matches the striker featured in.
Barely 30 seconds into the match Jodie Taylor created an impressive effort which narrowly went the wrong side of the post from a position similar to her goal in the quarter-finals against Canada.
The striker was a consistent threat to Japan, with her pace and skill, you could notice a difference when Taylor was subbed on the hour mark.
So far at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015, Jodie Taylor has played in 4 of England’s matches, earning 1 goal and 1 assist. Her attempts on target are 66.7 according to FIFA stats.
Final result for Best Player of the Women’s World Cup Semi-finals. Presented by TeamSnap
1. Jodie Taylor (England) – 50%
2. Lucy Bronze (England) – 16%
3. Megan Rapinoe (USA) – 14%
4. Hope Solo (USA) – 8%
5. Mana Iwabuchi (Japan) – 6%
6. Nadine Angerer (Germany) – 3%
7. Saori Ariyoshi (Japan) – 2%
8. Anja Mittag (Germany) – 1%
Thank you for voting.
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