These Are The Full List Of Players Who Made It To The Women’s AFCON Best XI

CAF has released the Best XI players of the 2022 TotalEnergies Women’s Africa Cup of Nations following the fulfillment of the memorable competition in Morocco.

The compilation of players by members from CAF’s Technical Study Group (TSG) unites the best players in each position throughout recent weeks.

South Africa’s overseer Andile Dlamini, who was named the Best Goalkeeper of the TotalEnergies Women’s AFCON competition for her role in leading Banyana to triumph, will be in the posts. Dlamini kept three clean sheets in the six games her side played and was a leader on and off the pitch.

In a four-woman defensive arrangement, South Africa’s Bambanani Mbane will partner Osinachi Ohale of Nigeria in a fortunate matching that would make numerous a forward sweat to track down the back of the net. Both strong in character provided a protection role for their teams consistently throughout the tournament.

At right back, Zambia’s Margaret Belemu and Zineb Redouani of Morocco who are deadly with and without the ball complete the defense line.

Before this defensive setup is the captains’ midfield with Morocco’s Ghizlane Chebbak collaborating Grace Chanda from Zambia and Jane Refiloe from South Africa.

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The three skippers bring a bit of class, a comprehension of the game and abilities to pass that have the ability to adjust the direction and predetermination of a game. They assume responsibility and control the ball and simplify it and make it beautiful to watch. They really stood apart all through the competition.

Chebbak who was named as the Player of the Tournament was also joint top scorer with three goals.

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To finish the 4-3-3 formation, Nigeria’s Rasheedat Ajibade, who is also a joint top scorer of the competition with three goals comes in on the right side while Moroccan Fatima Tagnaout welcomes quality on the left wing and to zest things up, in comes South Africa’s Jermaine Seoposenwe front and center to lead the line.

Pace, quick decision-making and an eye for goal is what makes this trio special. With supply from the midfield maestros, scoring goals is as easy as pie.

This 4-3-3 lineup would destroy any opposition in front of them and produce a memorable display of football.

The Full List:

Andile Dlamini (South Africa)
Bambanani Mbane (South Africa)
Osinachi Ohale (Nigeria)
Margaret Belemu (Morocco)
Zineb Redouani (Morocco)
Ghizlane Chebbak (Morocco)
Grace Chanda (Zambia)
Jane Refiloe (South Africa)
Rasheedat Ajibade (Nigeria)
Fatima Tagnaout (Morocco)
Jermaine Seoposenwe (South Africa)

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