Below, you can find the Top 20 Goalkeepers (saving rate) of the WFC 2019.

  1. Maiken Ellis (Norway) – 89.79% (44 saves)
  2. Alexandra Durling (Sweden) – 88.46% (23 saves)
  3. Kamila Kotecka (Poland) 86.48% (32 saves)
  4. Stine Moselund (Denmark) – 86.20% (25 saves)
  5. Shannon Barnes (Australia) – 85.54% (71 saves)
  6. Lara Heini (Switzerland) – 85.22% (75 saves)
  7. Fariza Begum Mohamed Zabir (Singapore) – 85.00% (102 saves)
  8. Amanda Hill (Sweden) – 85.00% (51 saves)
  9. Mailis Elomaa (Estonia) – 83.33% (10 saves)
  10. Miko Yamanaka (Japan) – 81.81% (72 saves)
  11. Emilie Rohan (Australia) – 81.81% (18 saves)
  12. Nancy Gatzsch (Germany) – 81.65% (138 saves)
  13. Nao Wada (Japan) – 81.25% (13 saves)
  14. Pornsawan Soramak (Thailand) – 80.64% (75 saves)
  15. Tiltu Siltanen (Finland) – 80.32% (49 saves)
  16. Nikola Prileska (Czech Republic) – 79.41% (27 saves)
  17. Jana Christianova (Czech Republic) – 79.13% (91%)
  18. Maria Amalie Moller (Denmark) – 77.92% (60 saves)
  19. Leith Woods (Australia) – 77.55% (38 saves)
  20. Monika Schmid (Switzerland) – 77.27% (17 saves)

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