2023 WWC: Highest goalscorers ahead of England vs Spain final [LIST]
After the conclusion of the semi-final matches on Wednesday, an interesting trend emerged at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup: the top four goal scorers were all players from teams that had been eliminated from the tournament.
England secured their spot in the final by defeating Australia 3-1, setting up a championship clash with Spain, who had triumphed over Sweden with a score of 2-1 in the semi-finals.
As of now, Japan’s Hinata Miyazawa leads the goal-scoring chart with a total of five goals. Following her are the Netherlands’ Jill Roord, Germany’s Alexandra Popp, France’s Kadidiatou Diani, and Sweden’s Amanda Ilestedt, all with four goals each.
The goal-scoring statistics showcase the remarkable talent and competitive nature of the tournament. With these top scorers representing teams that have been eliminated, it underscores the diverse contributions from various sides throughout the competition.
The Women’s World Cup final between England and Spain promises to be an exciting showdown, as both teams vie for the ultimate prize in women’s football.