Football: World Cup - Goalscorers

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FOUR GOALS

GROUP B: Christian Vieri (Italy). GROUP H: Gabriel Batistuta (Argentina).

THREE GOALS

GROUP B: Marcelo Salas (Chile). GROUP C: Thierry Henry (France).

TWO GOALS

GROUP A: Bebeto (Brazil); Abdeljilil Hadda (Morocco); Salaheddine Bassir (Morocco). GROUP B: Roberto Baggio (Italy). GROUP E: Luis Hernandez (Mexico). Marc Wilmots (Belgium). GROUP H Davor Suker (Croatia) Ariel Ortega (Argentina).

ONE GOAL

GROUP A: Cesar Sampaio (Brazil); Rivaldo (Brazil); Ronaldo (Brazil); John Collins (Scotland); Craig Burley (Scotland); Dan Eggen (Norway); Havard Flo (Norway); Tore Andre Flo (Norway); Kjetil Rekdal (Norway); Moustafa Hadji (Morocco). GROUP B: Luigi Di Baggio (Italy); Pierre Njanka (Cameroon); Patrick Mboma (Cameroon); Anton Polster (Austria); Ivica Vastic (Austria); Andreas Herzog (Austria); Jose Luis Sierra (Chile). GROUP C: Marc Rieper (Denmark); Allan Nielsen (Denmark); Christophe Dugarry (France); David Trezeguet (France); Bixente Lizarazu (France); Benedict McCarthy (South Africa). GROUP D: Fernando Hierro (Spain); Raul (Spain); Mutiu Adepoju (Nigeria); Garba Lawal (Nigeria); Sunday Oliseh (Nigeria), Victor Ikpeba (Nigeria). GROUP E: Ha Seok-ju (South Korea); Ricardo Pelaez (Mexico); Alberto Garcia Aspe (Mexico); Cuauhtemoc Blanco (Mexico); Phillip Cocu (Netherlands); Marc Overmars (Netherlands); Dennis Bergkamp (Netherlands); Pierre van Hooijdonk (Netherlands); Ronald de Boer (Netherlands). GROUP F: Jurgen Klinsmann (Germany); Andreas Moller (Germany); Oliver Bierhoff (Germany); Sinisa Mihajlovic (Yugoslavia); Predrag Mijatovic (Yugoslavia); Dragan Stojkovic (Yugoslavia); Hamid Estili (Iran); Mehdi Mahdavikia (Iran); Brian McBride (USA). GROUP G: Alan Shearer (England); Paul Scholes (England); Michael Owen (England); Adrian Ilie (Romania); Viorel Moldovan (Romania); Dan Petrescu (Romania); Leider Preciado (Colombia). GROUP H: Mario Stanic (Croatia); Robert Prosinecki (Croatia); Robbie Earle (Jamaica).

OWN GOALS

Tommy Boyd (Scotland); Youssef Chippo (Morocco); Pierre Issa (South Africa), Sinisa Mihajlovic (Yugoslavia).

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