The UEFA European Football Association (UEFA) has identified the ideal squad for the UEFA Women’s European Football Championship (Euro 2022), which includes Frenchwoman of Arab origin Sakina Karachaui.
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Today, Tuesday, UEFA, through its technical monitoring committee, announced the selection of 4 players from England, 5 players from Germany, one player from France and one from Spain in the ideal squad for the 2022 European Women’s Championship.
The England squad included striker Beth Meade, who was named the best player of the tournament, as well as midfielder Kyra Walsh, defender Lea Williamson and goalkeeper Mary Earps.
Meade and Germany’s Alexandra Pope each scored 6 goals, but the England striker won the Women’s European Championship Top Scorer with her 5 goals.
The ideal line-up from Germany also included Bob and striker Clara Ball, as well as the defensive duo Julia Gwen and Marina Hegering, and midfielder Lena Oberdorf, who received the tournament’s best young player award.
Moroccan-born French defender Sucaina Kershaoui has been included in the ideal squad for the 2022 European Women’s Championship after an outstanding performance in the tournament alongside Spanish midfielder Etana Bonmatti.
⚽ The UEFA Technical Observer Group published @WEURO2022 XI, which features five players from Germany, four from England and one each from France and Spain.
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Born in France on 26 January 1996 to Moroccan parents, Sucaina Kershaoui started her career at the amateur club Mirmaz in France before playing for Montpellier from 2012 to 2020.
The player was selected as the best rising talent in France in 2017, a year after she donned the France jersey in April 2016, and with the under-20 team, she finished second at the World Youth Championship.
Sakina Karshaoui joined French club Lyon in June 2020 and won the Champions League with them less than two months later before moving to Paris Saint-Germain the following season with whom she won the 2022 Coupe de France.