Goal scorers at World Cup finals after Thursday's matches (2)

08:43, June 25, 2010      

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1 Goal: Martin Demichelis (Argentina)

Gabriel Heinze (Argentina)

Martin Palermo (Argentina)

Tim Cahill (Australia)

Maicon (Brazil)

Jean Beausejour (Chile)

Mark Gonzalez (Chile)

Niklas Bendtner (Denmark)

Dennis Rommedahl (Denmark)

Jon Dahl Tomasson (Denmark)

Jermaine Defoe (England)

Steven Gerrard (England)

Florent Malouda (France)

Cacau (Germany)

Miroslav Klose (Germany)

Thomas Mueller (Germany)

Mesut Oezil (Germany)

Lukas Podolski (Germany)

Dimitrios Salpingidis (Greece)

Vasilios Torosidis (Greece)

Daniele De Rossi (Italy)

Vincenzo Iaquinta (Italy)

Antonio di Natale (Italy)

Fabio Quagliarella (Italy)

Didier Drogba (Cote d'Ivoire)

Yasuhito Endo (Japan)

Shinji Okazaki (Japan)

Rafael Marquez (Mexico)

Javier Hernandez (Mexico)

Cuauhtemoc Blanco (Mexico)

Dirk Kuyt (Netherlands)

Wesley Sneijder (Netherlands)

Robin van Persie (Netherlands)

Klaas Jan Huntelaar (Netherlands)

Shane Smeltz (New Zealand)

Winston Reid (New Zealand)

Ayebeni Yakubu (Nigeria)

Ji Yun Nam (DPR Korea)

Antolin Alcaraz (Paraguay)

Cristian Riveros (Paraguay)

Enrique Vera (Paraguay)

Hugo Almeida (Portugal)

Liedson (Portugal)

Raul Meireles (Portugal)

Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)

Simao (Portugal)

Milan Jovanovic (Serbia)

Marko Pantelic (Serbia)

Kamil Kopunek (Serbia)

Valter Birsa (Slovenia)

Robert Koren (Slovenia)

Zlatan Ljubijankic (Slovenia)

Siphiwe Tshabalala (South Africa)

Bongani Khumalo (South Africa)

Katlego Mphela (South Africa)

Park Ji Sung (South Korea)

Lee Chung Yong (South Korea)

Park Chu Young (South Korea)

Gelson Fernandes (Switzerland)

Alvaro Pereira (Uruguay)

Luis Suarez (Uruguay)

Michael Bradley (United States)

Clint Dempsey (United States)

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