Martina Müller (midfielder, VfL Wolfsburg/GER)
• Just after Müller joined Wolfsburg in 2005 they were relegated to the second division: now two years running she has scored the winner in the UEFA Women's Champions League final.
• Müller, who retired from the Germany team after her 101st cap in 2012, now plays deeper than the centre-forward role for which she made her name, but she was last season's UEFA Women's Champions League top scorer on ten goals, with two in the final including the 81st-minute clincher.
• Wolfsburg coach Ralf Kellermann said: "I am very happy for Martina as she has been here since 2005 and is the face of the club. It is no coincidence that she is our top scorer."
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|17.09.2011||UEFA Women's EURO||Qualifying group stage||Germany||4-1||Switzerland||15||1||0|
|19.11.2011||UEFA Women's EURO||Qualifying group stage||Germany||17-0||Kazakhstan||20||2||0|
|24.11.2011||UEFA Women's EURO||Qualifying group stage||Spain||2-2||Germany||10||0||0|
|15.02.2012||UEFA Women's EURO||Qualifying group stage||Turkey||0-5||Germany||6||0||0|
|15.09.2012||UEFA Women's EURO||Qualifying group stage||Kazakhstan||0-7||Germany||24||1||0|
|19.09.2012||UEFA Women's EURO||Qualifying group stage||Germany||10-0||Turkey||25||3||2|
|08.10.2014||UEFA Women's Champions League||Round of 32||Stabæk||0-1||Wolfsburg||90||0||0|
|16.10.2014||UEFA Women's Champions League||Round of 32||Wolfsburg||2-1||Stabæk||75||0||1|
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