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The 2002 World Cup's leading goalscorers.

Golden Boot

161 goals were scored in the 2002 World Cup Finals.

8 Goals

Ronaldo - Travel to Brazil Brazil.

5 Goals

Miroslav Klose - Travel to Germany Germany.
Rivaldo - Travel to Brazil Brazil.

4 Goals

Jon Dahl Tomasson - Travel to Denmark Denmark.
Christian Vieri - Travel to Italy Italy.

3 Goals

Michael Ballack - Travel to Germany Germany.
Pape Bouba Diop - Travel to Senegal Senegal.
Owna Goala - The Own Goals.
Robbie Keane - Travel to Ireland Ireland.
Henrik Larsson - Travel to Sweden Sweden.
Ilhan Mansiz - Travel to Turkey Turkey.
Fernando Morientes - Travel to Spain Spain.
Pedro Pauleta - Travel to Portugal Portugal.
Raúl - Travel to Spain Spain.
Marc Wilmots - Travel to Belgium Belgium.

2 Goals

Jared Borgetti - Travel to Mexico Mexico.
Henri Camara - Travel to Senegal Senegal.
Nelson Cuevas - Travel to Paraguay Paraguay.
Umit Davala - Travel to Turkey Turkey.
Landon Donovan - Travel to USA United States.
Rónald Gómez - Travel to Costa Rica Costa Rica.
Hierro - Travel to Spain Spain.
Junichi Inamoto - Travel to Japan Japan.
Ahn Jung-Hwan - Travel to South Korea South Korea.
Brian McBride - Travel to USA United States.
Michael Owen - Travel to England England.
Ronaldinho - Travel to Brazil Brazil.
Hasan Sas - Travel to Turkey Turkey.

1 Goal

Milenko Acimovic - Travel to Slovenia Slovenia.
Julius Agahowa - Travel to Nigeria Nigeria.
Niclas Alexandersson - Travel to Sweden Sweden.
Francisco Arce - Travel to Paraguay Paraguay.
Gabriel Batistuta - Travel to Argentina Argentina.
David Beckham - Travel to England England.
Emre Belozoglu - Travel to Turkey Turkey.
Vladimir Beschastnykh - Travel to Russia Russia.
Beto - Travel to Portugal Portugal.
Oliver Bierhoff - Travel to Germany Germany.
Cuauhtemoc Blanco - Travel to Mexico Mexico.
Marco Bode - Travel to Germany Germany.
Raouf Bouzaiene - Travel to Tunisia Tunisia.
Gary Breen - Travel to Ireland Ireland.
Sol Campbell - Travel to England England.
Jorge Campos - Travel to Paraguay Paraguay.
Roberto Carlos - Travel to Brazil Brazil.
Song Chong-Gug - Travel to South Korea South Korea.
Segastjan Cimirotic  - Travel to Slovenia Slovenia.
Rui Costa - Travel to Portugal Portugal.
Hernan Crespo - Travel to Argentina Argentina.
Agustín Delgado - Travel to Ecuador Ecuador.
Alessandro Del Piero - Travel to Italy Italy.
Salif Alassane Diao - Travel to Senegal Senegal.
Damien Duff - Travel to Ireland Ireland.
Edmílson - Travel to Brazil Brazil.
Samuel Eto'o - Travel to Cameroon Cameroon.
Lee Eul-Young - Travel to South Korea South Korea.
Khalilou Fadiga - Travel to Senegal Senegal.
Rio Ferdinand - Travel to England England.
Diego Forlan - Travel to Uruguay Uruguay.
Quinton Fortune - Travel to South Africa South Africa.
Raul Guerron - Travel to Mexico Mexico.
Emile Heskey - Travel to England England.
Matt Holland - Travel to Ireland Ireland.
Carsten Jancker - Travel to Germany Germany.
Park Ji-Sung - Travel to South Korea South Korea.
Junior - Travel to Brazil Brazil.
Valeri Karpin - Travel to Russia Russia.
Seol Ki-Hyun - Travel to South Korea South Korea.
Bulent Korkmaz - Travel to Turkey Turkey.
Pavel Kryszalowicz - Travel to Poland Poland.
Thomas Linke - Travel to Germany Germany.
Clint Mathis - Travel to USA United States.
Patrick Mboma - Travel to Cameroon Cameroon.
Benedict McCarthy - Travel to South Africa South Africa.
Edison Mendez - Travel to Ecuador Ecuador.
Mendieta - Travel to Spain Spain.
Tebeho Mokena - Travel to South Africa South Africa.
Richard Morales - Travel to Uruguay Uruguay.
Hiroaki Morishima - Travel to Japan Japan.
Hidetoshi Nakata - Travel to Japan Japan.
Oliver Neuville - Travel to Germany Germany.
Siyabonga Nomvete - Travel to South Africa South Africa.
John O'Brien - Travel to USA United States.
Emmanuel Olisadebe - Travel to Poland Poland.
Ivica Olic - Travel to Croatia Croatia.
Winston Parks - Travel to Costa Rica Costa Rica.
Milan Rapajc - Travel to Croatia Croatia.
Alvaro Recoba - Travel to Uruguay Uruguay.
Lucas Radebe - Travel to South Africa South Africa.
Dario Rodriguez - Travel to Uruguay Uruguay.
Dennis Rommedahl - Travel to Denmark Denmark.
Yoo Sang-Chul - Travel to South Korea South Korea.
Roque Santa Cruz - Travel to Paraguay Paraguay.
Bernd Schneider - Travel to Germany Germany.
Wesley Sonck - Travel to Belgium Belgium.
Hakan Sukur - Travel to Turkey Turkey.
Hwang Sun-Hong - Travel to South Korea South Korea.
Takayuki Suzuki - Travel to Japan Japan.
Anders Svensson - Travel to Sweden Sweden.
Dmitry Sychev - Travel to Russia Russia.
Yegor Titov - Travel to Russia Russia.
Juan Carlos Valeron - Travel to Spain Spain.
Peter Van der Heyden - Travel to Belgium Belgium.
Johan Walem - Travel to Belgium Belgium.
Paulo Wanchope - Travel to Costa Rica Costa Rica.
Mauricio Wright - Travel to Costa Rica Costa Rica.
Marcin Zewlakow - Travel to Poland Poland.

How The Own Goals Happpened

USA vs Portugal
Landon Donovan shocked Portugal by getting a lucky deflection off the back of Jorge Costa, on his cross from the left, that beat the wrong-footed Vitor Baia to give America a two goal advantage -- Own Goal, 29 mins.

USA vs Portugal
Own Goal number two occurred when Jeff Agoos volleyed a left-wing cross from Pauleta past his own goalkeeper.

Spain vs Paraguay
With ten minutes gone, José Luis Chilavert waved his players upfield and took the free-kick from deep in his own half. The long ball was headed out to Francisco Arce, on the right of the Spanish area. Iker Casillas could only parry the drive as far as his own defender, Carles Puyol, who knocked it back in..... for the third Own Goal of the tournament.

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