Best players and goal scorers in FIFA world cup 2010

This article contains the details of Goal scorers in FIFA World Cup 2010, total goals scored, Golden Ball Award winner, Golden Shoe Award Winner, best young player and Golden Glove Award winner in Fifa World Cup 2010.

FIFA World Cup 2010 best player and goal scorers

In FIFA World Cup 2010 total 145 goals were scored. The first match in FIFA world cup 2010 was South Africa against Mexico. The first Goal was scored in FIFA World Cup 2010 by Siphiwe Tshabalala of South African against Mexico. The last goal in FIFA world cup 2010 was scored by Spain footballer Andres INIESTA against Netherlands and also Andres INIESTA also scored 100th goal in FIFA world cup 2010 against Chile. Enrique VERA of Paraguay scored the 50th Goal in FIFA World Cup 2010 against Slovakya.

Best Players in FIFA World cup 2010

Diego Forlan (Uruguay) is Golden Ball award Winner of FIFA World cup 2010
Golden Shoe award Winner of FIFA World cup 2010 is Thomas MUELLER (Germany)
Golden Glove award Winner of FIFA World cup 2010 is Iker Casillas (Spain)
Best Young Player Award Winner of FIFA World cup 2010 is Thomas MUELLER (Germany)

Top Goal Scorers in FIFA World cup 2010

Golden Ball award Winner Diego Forlan of Uruguay, Best young player award winner Thomas MUELLER (Germany), David Villa of Spain and Wesley SNEIJDER of Netherlands were scored 5 Goals in FIFA World cup 2010 and but Thomas MUELLER of Germany was selected for Golden Shoe award

Goal Scorers in FIFA World CUP 2010

1- Siphiwe Tshabalala (South Afica) against Mexico
2- Rafael Marquez (Mexico) against South Afica
3- Lee Jung Soo (South Korea) against Greece
4- Park Ji sung (South Korea) against Greece
5- Gabriel Heinze (Argentina) against Nigeria
6- Steven GERRARD (England) against USA
7- Clint DEMPSEY (USA) against England
8- Robert Koren (Slovenia) against Algeria
9- Asamoah Gyan (Ghana) against Serbia
10- Lukas Podolski (Germany) against Australia
11- Miroslav Klose (Germany) against Australia
12- Thomas Mueller (Germany) against Australia
13- Cacau (Germany) against Australia
14- S.B Paulsen (Denmark) - OWN GOAL
15- Dirk Kuyt (Netherlands) against Denmark
16- Honda (Japan) against Cameron
17- Antolin Alcaraz (Paraguay) against Italy
18- Daniele De Rossi (Italy) against Paraguay
19- Robert VITTEK (Slovakia) against New Zealand
20- Winston REID (New Zealand) against Slovakia
21- MAICON (Brazil) against North Korea
22- ELANO (Brazil) against North Korea
23- JI Yun Nam (North Korea) against Brazil
24- Jean BEAUSEJOUR (Chile) against Honduras
25- Gelson FERNANDES (Switzerland) against Spain
26- Diego FORLAN (Uruguay) against South Africa - 1
27- Diego FORLAN (Uruguay) against South Africa - 2
28- Alvaro PEREIRA (Uruguay) against South Africa
29- Chuyoung (Korean Republic) OWN GOAL
30- Gonzalo HIGUAIN (Argentina) against Korean Republic - 1
31- Chungyong (Korean Republic) against Argentina
32- Gonzalo HIGUAIN (Argentina) against Korean Republic - 2
33- Gonzalo HIGUAIN (Argentina) against Korean Republic - 3
34- Kalu UCHE (Nigeria) against Greece
35- Dimitrios SALPINGIDIS (Greece) against Nigeria
36- Vasileios TOROSIDIS (Greece) against Nigeria
37- Javier HERNANDEZ (Mexico) against France
38- Cuauhtemoc BLANCO (Mexico) against France
39- Milan JOVANOVIC (Serbia) against Germany
40- Valter BIRSA (Slovania) against USA
41- Zlatan LJUBIJANKIC (Slovania) against USA
42- Landon DONOVAN (USA) against Slovania
43- Michael BRADLEY (USA) against Slovania
44- Wesley SNEIJDER (Netherlands) against Japan
45- Brett HOLMAN (Australia) against Ghana
46- Asamoah GYAN (Ghana) against Australia
47- Samuel ETOO (Cameron) against Denmark
48- Nicklas BENDTNER (Denmark) against Cameron
49- Dennis ROMMEDAHL (Denmark) against Cameron
50- Enrique VERA (Paraguay) against Slovakya
51- Cristian RIVEROS (Paraguay) against Slovakya
52- Shane SMELTZ (New Zealand) against Italy
53- Vincenzo IAQUINTA (Italy) against New Zealand
54- Luis FABIANO (Brazil) against Ivery Cost
55- Luis FABIANO (Brazil) against Ivery Cost
56- ELANO (Brazil) against Ivery Cost
57- Didier DROGBA (Ivery Cost) against Brazil
58- Raul MEIRELES (Portugal) against North Korea
59- SIMAO (Portugal) against North Korea
60- Hugo ALMEIDA (Portugal) against North Korea
61- TIAGO (Portugal) against North Korea
62- LIEDSON (Portugal) against North Korea
63- Cristiano RONALDO (Portugal) against North Korea
64- TIAGO (Portugal) against North Korea
65- Mark GONZALEZ (Chile) against Switzerland
66- David VILLA (Spain) against Honduras
67- David VILLA (Spain) against Honduras
68- Bongani KHUMALO (South Africa) against France
69- Katlego MPHELA (South Africa) against France
70- Luis SUAREZ (Uruguay) against Mexico
71- Florent MALOUDA (France) against South Africa
72- Kalu UCHE (Nigeria) against Korean Republic
73- LEE Jung Soo (Korean Republic) against Nigeria
74- PARK Chu Young (Korean Republic) against Nigeria
75- Yakubu AYEGBENI (Nigeria) against Korean Republic
76- Martin DEMICHELIS (Argentina) against Greece
77- Martin PALERMO (Argentina) against Greece
78- Jermain DEFOE (England) against Slovenia
79- Landon DONOVAN (USA) against Algeria
80- Mesut OEZIL (Germany) against Ghana
81- Tim CAHILL (Australia) against Serbia
82- Brett HOLMAN (Australia) against Serbia
83- Marko PANTELIC (Serbia) against Australia
84- Robert VITTEK (Slovakia) against Italy
85- Robert VITTEK (Slovakia) against Italy
86- Antonio DI NATALE (Italy) against Slovakia
87- Kamil KOPUNEK (Slovakia) against Italy
88- Fabio QUAGLIARELLA (Italy) against Slovakia
89- Keisuke HONDA (Japan) against Denmark
90- Yasuhito ENDO (Japan) against Denmark
91- Robin VAN PERSIE (Netherlands) against Cameroon
92- Samuel ETOO (Cameroon) against Netherlands
93- Jon Dahl TOMASSON (Dermark) against Japan
94- Klaas Jan HUNTELAAR (Netherlands) against Cameroon
95- Shinji OKAZAKI (Japan) against Denmark
96- Yaya TOURE (Ivery Cost) against North Korea
97- ROMARIC (Ivery Cost) against North Korea
98- Salomon KALOU (Ivery Cost) against North Korea
99- David VILLA (Spain) against Chile
100- Andres INIESTA (Spain) against Chile
101- Rodrigo MILLAR (Chile) against Spain
102- LEE Chung Yong (Korea Republic) against Uruguay
103- Luis SUAREZ (Uruguay) against Korean Republic
104- Luis SUAREZ (Uruguay) against Korean Republic
105- Kevin Prince BOATENG (Ghana) against USA
106- Landon DONOVAN (USA) against Ghana
107- Asamoah GYAN (Ghana) against USA
108- Miroslav KLOSE (Germany) against England
109- Lukas PODOLSKI (Germany) against England
110- Matt UPSON (England) against Germany
111- Thomas MUELLER (Germany) against England
112- Thomas MUELLER (Germany) against England
113- Carlos TEVEZ (Argentina) against Mexico
114- Gonzalo HIGUAIN (Argentina) against Mexico
115- Carlos TEVEZ (Argentina) against Mexico
116- Javier HERNANDEZ (Mexico) against Argentina
117- Arien ROBBEN (Netherlands) against Slovakya
118- Wesley SNEIJDER (Netherlands) against Slovakya
119- Robert VITTEK (Slovakya) against Netherlands
120- JUAN (Brazil) against Chile
121- Luis FABIANO (Brazil) against Chile
122- ROBINHO (Brazil) against Chile
123- David Villa (Spain) against Portugal
124- Robinho (Brazil) against Netherlands
125- Wesley SNEIJDER (Netherlands) against Brazil
126- Wesley SNEIJDER (Netherlands) against Brazil
127- Sulley MUNTARI (Ghana) against Uruguay
128- Diego FORLAN (Uruguay) against Ghana
129- Thomas MUELLER (Germany) against Argentina
130- Miroslav KLOSE (Germany) against Argentina
131- Arne FRIEDRICH (Germany) against Argentina
132- Miroslav KLOSE (Germany) against Argentina
133- David Villa (Spain) against Paraguay
134- Giovanni VAN BRONCKHORST (Netherlands) against Uruguay
135- Diego FORLAN (Uruguay) against Netherlands
136- Wesley SNEIJDER (Netherlands) against Uruguay
137- Arien ROBBEN (Netherlands) against Uruguay
138- Maximiliano PEREIRA (Uruguay) against Netherlands
139- Carles PUYOL (Spain) against Germany
140- Thomas MUELLER (Germany) against Uruguay
141- Edinson CAVANI (Uruguay) against Germany
142- Diego FORLAN (Uruguay) against Germany
143- Marcell JANSEN (Germany) against Uruguay
144- Sami KHEDIRA (Germany) against Uruguay
145- Andres INIESTA (Spain) against Netherlands

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