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Dempsey, Howard win individual honors
June 30th, 2009 7:01AM

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[CONFEDERATIONS CUP] U.S. midfielder Clint Dempsey, who scored against Egypt, Spain and Brazil, won the adidas Bronze Ball. The USA's Tim Howard was named the tournament's top keeper (adidas Gold Glove). For Confederations Cup 2009 award winners ...

MVPs
Golden Ball
Kaka (Brazil)
Silver Ball
Luis Fabiano (Brazil)
Bronze Ball
Clint Dempsey (USA)


Leading Scorers
Gold Shoe
Luis Fabiano (Brazil) 5 goals
Silver Shoe
Fernando Torres (Spain) 3
Bronze Shoe
David Villa (Spain) 3
(Note: The USA's Clint Dempsey also finished with three goals, and one assist, as did Torres and Villa. The Spaniards were ranked higher for having scored their goals in fewer minutes.)

FIFA Fair Play Award
Brazil

Confederations Cup 2009
Winner: Brazil
Runner-Up: USA
Third: Spain
Fourth: South Africa

 



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