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North Korea's Kim tops scoring charts
September 4th, 2012 5:28PM
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[GOLEADORES]North Korea's Kim Un Hwa won the adidas Golden Shoe as the leading scorer at the Under-20 Women's World Cup with seven goals, one more than Japanese Yoko Tanaka and German Lena Lotzen. Five of Kim's goals came in a 30-minute span of North Korea's 9-0 win over Argentina. The leading U.S. scorer was Penn State's Maya Hayes with four goals.

Leading Scorers
G PLAYER (COUNTRY)
7 KIM Un Hwa (North Korea)
6 Lena LOTZEN (Germany)
6 Yoko TANAKA (Japan)
5 KIM Su Gyong (North Korea)
4 YUN Hyon Hi (North Korea)
4 Francisca ORDEGA (Nigeria)
4 JEOUN Eunha (South Korea)
4 Maya HAYES (USA)
3 Adriana LEON (Canada)
3 Hanae SHIBATA (Japan)
3 Sofia HUERTA (Mexico)
3 Melanie LEUPOLZ (Germany)
3 Desire OPARANOZIE (Nigeria)



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