2010 World Cup leading goal scorers

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Following are the 2010 World Cup leading goal scorers after the final on Sunday:

5: Thomas Muller, Germany

Wesley Sneijder, Netherlands

David Villa, Spain

Diego Forlan, Uruguay

4: Gonzalo Higuain, Argentina

Miroslav Klose, Germany

Robert Vittek, Slovakia

3: Luis Fabiano, Brazil

Asamoah Gyan, Ghana

Landon Donovan, United States

Luis Suarez, Uruguay

2: Carlos Tevez, Argentina

Brett Holman, Australia

Elano, Brazil

Robinho, Brazil

Samuel Eto'o, Cameroon

Lukas Podolski, Germany

Keisuke Honda, Japan

Javier Hernandez, Mexico

Arjen Robben, Netherlands

Kalu Uche, Nigeria

Tiago, Portugal

Lee Chung Yong, South Korea

Lee Jung Soo, South Korea

Andres Iniesta, Spain

Source: Xinhua

Special Report: World Cup 2010

(Editor:赵晨雁)

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