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June 22, 2010
BC-SOC--WCup-Scoring Leaders
World Cup Scoring Leaders
By The Associated Press
Three

Gonzalo Higuain, Argentina

Two

Elano, Brazil

Diego Forlan, Uruguay

Asamoah Gyan, Ghana

Jung-Soo Lee, South Korea

Luis Fabiano, Brazil

Tiago, Portugal

Kalu Uche, Nigeria

David Villa, Spain

One

Antolin Alcaraz, Paraguay

Hugo Almeida, Portugal

Jean Beausejour, Chile

Nicklas Bendtner, Denmark

Valter Birsa, Slovenia

Cuauhtemoc Blanco, Mexico

Michael Bradley, United States

Cacau, Germany

Daniele De Rossi, Italy

Martin Demichelis, Argentina

Clint Dempsey, United States

Landon Donovan, United States

Didier Drogba, Ivory Coast

Samuel Eto’o, Cameroon

Gelson Fernandes, Switzerland

Steven Gerrard, England

Gabriel Ivan Heinze, Argentina

Javier Hernandez, Mexico

Brett Holman, Australia

Keisuke Honda, Japan

Vincenzo Iaquinta, Italy

Yun Nam Ji, North Korea

Milan Jovanovic, Serbia

Bongani Khumalo, South Africa

Miroslav Klose, Germany

Robert Koren, Slovenia

Dirk Kuyt, Netherlands

Chung-Yong Lee, South Korea

Liedson, Portugal

Zlatan Ljubijankic, Slovenia

Maicon, Brazil

Florent Malouda, France

Mark Gonzalez, Chile

Rafael Marquez, Mexico

Raul Meireles, Portugal

Katlego Mphela, South Africa

Thomas Muller, Germany

Martin Palermo, Argentina

Chu Young Park, South Korea

Ji-Sung Park, South Korea

Alvaro Pereira, Uruguay

Lukas Podolski, Germany

Winston Reid, New Zealand

Cristian Riveros, Paraguay

Dennis Rommedahl, Denmark

Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal

Dimitrios Salpigidis, Greece

Simao, Portugal

Shane Smeltz, New Zealand

Wesley Sneijder, Netherlands

Luis Suarez, Uruguay

Vassillis Torosidis, Greece

Siphiwe Tshabalala, South Africa

Enrique Vera, Paraguay

Robert Vittek, Slovakia

Yakubu, Nigeria

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