The first Golden Ball in history? Ada Hegerberg: 'The Ballon d'Or was an amazing night for women


The name of Ada Hagerberg is no stranger to Olympique Lyon after she won the Golden Ball for the first time in the history of football, standing alongside Croatian Modrich and French Mbabey.
The prize given by France Football magazine was first published in 1956 but was limited to male players, but this year was reserved for women for the first time in history.

The story of the football began with Hegreberg after her family moved to Kolbuten, Norway, where she began playing the game in 2010 at the age of 16 years, becoming one year later, one of the most famous players in Norway, scoring three goals "hat-trick" in seven minutes only, To become the youngest player to achieve this achievement.
The 23-year-old was named after her team to win the women's UEFA Champions League with an extra time of 4-1 victory over VfL Wolfsburg in the final to become the youngest player to win an individual trophy. She was crowned the best player in Europe in 2016.





Mercredi, vivez les début de l'@OL qui vise une saison historique! 🔥@AdaStolsmo parviendra-t-elle à guider les Lyonnaises vers un 4⃣e sacre consécutif❓
Hergreberg is the best player on the offensive in Europe, scoring a record of 120 goals in 95 games with Olympique Lyon since she moved to the club in 2014 from Torben Potsdam.

She has been in France for the last four seasons, leading the league's top scorer in three with Lyon, leading the team to three consecutive Champions League titles between 2015 and 2018.
Internationally, Hegreberg has scored 38 goals for the Norwegian team in 66 games since 2011.
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