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World Cup: Leading Scorers; Goals per game average
June 30th, 2002 11:37AM

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World Cup: Leading Scorers; Goals per game average

WORLD CUP: Goals per game average

2002: 161 goals in 64 games for a 2.52 average.
1998: 2.67
1994: 2.71
1990: 2.21
1986: 2.54
1982: 2.80

WORLD CUP: Leading Scorers

8 goals: Ronaldo (Brazil). 5: Rivaldo (Brazil), Miroslav Klose (Germany). 4: Jon Dahl Tomasson (Denmark), Christian Vieri (Italy). 3: Marc Wilmots (Belgium), Robbie Keane (Ireland), Michael Ballack (Germany), Pauleta (Portugal), Henrik Larsson (Sweden), Papa Bouba Diop (Senegal), Fernando Morientes (Spain), Raul (Spain), Ilhan Mansiz (Turkey). 2: Ronaldinho (Brazil), Ronald Gomez (Costa Rica), Michael Owen (England), Junichi Inamoto (Japan), Jared Borgetti (Mexico), Nelson Cuevas (Paraguay), Henri Camara (Senegal), Fernando Hierro (Spain), Jung-Hwan Ahn (South Korea), Umit Davala (Turkey), Hasan Sas (Turkey), Landon Donovan (USA), Brian McBride (USA). 1: Gabriel Batistuta (Argentina), Hernan Crespo (Argentina), Wesley Sonck (Belgium), Johan Walem (Belgium), Peter van der Heyden (Belgium), Roberto Carlos (Brazil), Edmilson (Brazil), Junior (Brazil), Winston Parks (Costa Rica), Paulo Wanchope (Costa Rica), Mauricio Wright (Costa Rica), Dennis Rommedahl (Denmark), Oliver Neuville (Germany), Bernd Schneider (Germany), Carsten Jancker (Germany), Oliver Bierhoff (Germany), Thomas Linke (Germany), Marco Bode (Germany), Agustin Delgado (Ecuador), Edison Mendez (Ecuador), David Beckham (England), Sol Campbell (England), Rio Ferdinand (England), Emile Heskey (England), Matt Holland (Ireland), Damian Duff (Ireland), Gary Breen (Ireland), Alessandro del Piero (Italy), Hidetoshi Nakata (Japan), Hiroaki Morishima (Japan), Takayuki Suzuki (Japan), Samuel Eto o (Cameroon), Patrick Mboma (Cameroon), Ivica Olic (Croatia), Milan Rapaic (Croatia), Gerardo Torrado (Mexico), Cuauhtemoc Blanco (Mexico), Julius Aghahowa (Nigeria), Francisco Arce (Paraguay), Jorge Campos (Paraguay), Roque Santa Cruz (Paraguay), Pawel Kryszalowicz (Poland), Emmanuel Olisadebe (Poland), Marcin Zewlakow (Poland), Beto (Portugal), Rui Costa (Portugal), Jegor Titow (Russia), Waleri Karpin (Russia), Wladimir Bestschastnich (Russia), Dmitri Sitschew (Russia), Niclas Alexandersson (Sweden), Anders Svensson (Sweden), Salif Diao (Senegal), Khalilou Fadiga (Senegal), Milenko Acimovic (Slovenia), Sebastjan Cimirotic (Slovenia), Gaizka Mendieta (Spain), Juan Carlos Valeron (Spain), Lucas Radebe (South Africa), Siyabonga Nomvethe (South Africa), Quinton Fortune (South Africa), Teboho Mokoena (South Africa), Benedict McCarthy (South Africa), Lee Eul Yong (South Korea), Hwang Sun Hong (South Korea), Seol Ki Hyeon (South Korea), Sang-Chul Yoo (South Korea), Park Ji Sung (South Korea), Song Chong Gug (South Korea), Belozoglu Emre (Turkey), Bulent Korkmaz (Turkey), Hasan Sukur (Turkey), Raouf Bouzaiane (Tunisia), Diego Forlan (Uruguay), Richard Morales (Uruguay), Alvaro Recoba (Uruguay), Dario Rodriguez (Uruguay), John O'Brien (USA), Clint Mathis (USA). Own goals: Jorge Costa (Portugal), Puyol (Spain), Jeff Agoos (USA).


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