Golden Boot race tracker: Alexandra Popp enters race with 2 goals

2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Its going on and we have already seen some amazing goals from the top scorers in the world. But which player will end the tournament with the most goals and take home the coveted Golden Boot?

Let’s take a look at the top goalscorers of the tournament so far.

United States of america star striker sophia smith And miyazawa hinata By Japan Ahead of all scorers by two goals. This is the 22-year-old Smith’s first Women’s World Cup.

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The all-time top scorer in the FIFA Women’s World Cup is from brazil Marta With 17 goals. She also holds the record for most goals in the World Cup for both men and women. The 37-year-old has a chance to extend his lead in Australia and New Zealand.

Christine Sinclair Has scored the second most goals in the Women’s World Cup among active players with 10. Sinclair, 40, has scored 190 goals Canada In 322 caps, the all-time international record for men and women.

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Ranked third on the all-time active scoring list United States Women’s National Team Stars Alex Morgan And megan rapino With nine goals each. If Rapinoe, Marta or Sinclair win the Golden Boot, they will be the oldest Golden Boot winners in the history of the men’s and women’s World Championships. Both Rapinoe and Marta had previously won the Golden Boot.

Other names to keep an eye on include from Australia Sam Kerr, Norway Adam Hegerberg and the United States trinity rodman, These three will be the first winners of the award.

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