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Fan Vote: Who posted the best individual performance of the Group stage?

RIGA/NIS/ZRENJANIN (Latvia/Serbia) - There have been many memorable individual performances during the first three game days of the FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2019.

It's now time for you to have your say on which was the best, by casting your vote. You will find more information on each of these super performances further below.

Alina Iagupova (UKR):  The explosive guard/forward racked up an efficiency score of 36 as she lit up up against Spain on opening day. She finished with a massive 38 points (the highest individual score so far) along with 7 assists and 6 boards.

Elina Dikaioulaku (LAT): With Latvia under pressure after losing their first game and their injury crisis deepened, the guard produced a career night effort in a win against Ukraine. She broke the Final Round record for Latvia with a dazzling 33 points, also adding 7 assists, 6 rebounds and 3 steals.

Marta Xargay (ESP): The reigning champions got off to a jump start with an opening day victory against Ukraine and it was the guard who torched Spain's opponents. She claimed a Final Round career-high 31 points and also dished up 3 assists. 

Jo Leedham (GBR) - Great Britain needed to be strong in their first game against Latvia, which always looked vital. And, Leedham led by example as usual with a superb all-action 24 points, 7 steals, 6 assists, 4 rebounds and 2 blocks.

Emma Meesseman (BEL) - One of the frontrunners for the title, Belgium had a tough opener against Russia, but Meesseman, who plays her club basketball in Russia with UMMC, produced the goods. She had a stellar 29 points, 9 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals and 2 blocks.

Amanda Zahui (SWE) - It was a debut appearance for the EuroLeague Women and WNBA star, with Zahui making the most of her first outing. She was the driving force in a win against Montenegro with a double-double of 21 points and 12 rebounds - plus 3 assists and 2 steals. 

Yvonne Turner (HUN) - It was the naturalized guard's first outing in a Hungary vest and while the numbers might not have been huge, her defense, clutch play and subsequent victory over the highly-rated Italy was priceless. She harvested 10 points, 11 rebounds and 2 steals. 

Glory Johnson (MNE) - After losing both opening games heavily, Montenegro looked like no-hopers heading into their game against Czech Republic. However they moved out of the group after getting win thanks mainly to a monumental 27 points, 14 rebounds and 4 steals.

Maria Vadeeva (RUS) - After two defeats, Russia didn't only need a win to be sure of advancing, they needed to win by 11 points and despite early foul trouble and the pressure, 'The Terminator' did the business. Vadeeva posted a massive 21 points, 13 rebounds and 3 assists.

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