Croatia's Davor Suker - 7 WC Games, 6 WC Goals

Croatia's Davor Suker - 7 WC Games, 6 WC Goals

Post by Barry S. Marjanovic » Mon, 13 Jul 1998 04:00:00


   World Cup scorers

   Reuters

   PARIS (Jul 12, 1998 - 17:21 EDT) - World Cup scorers after Sunday's
   final match:

    6 - Davor Suker (Croatia)

    5 - Christian Vieri (Italy), Gabriel Batistuta (Argentina)

    4 - Marcelo Salas (Chile), Luis Hernandez (Mexico), Ronaldo (Brazil)

    3 - Thierry Henry (France), Cesar Sampaio (Brazil), Bebeto (Brazil),
   Rivaldo (Brazil), Juergen Klinsmann (Germany), Oliver Bierhoff
   (Germany), Dennis Bergkamp (Netherlands)

    2 - Marc Wilmots (Belgium), Ariel Ortega (Argentina), Roberto Baggio
   (Italy), Salaheddine Bassir (Morocco), Abdeljilil Hadda (Morocco),
   Shaun Bartlett (South Africa), Francisco Morientes (Spain), Kiko
   (Spain), Fernando Hierro (Spain), Phillip Cocu (Netherlands), Ronald
   de Boer (Netherlands), Ricardo Pelaez (Mexico), Theodore Whitmore
   (Jamaica), Viorel Moldovan (Romania), Slobodan Komljenovic
   (Yugoslavia), Alan Shearer (England), Michael Owen England), Brian
   Laudrup (Denmark), Patrick Kluivert (Netherlands), Lilian Thuram
   (France), Robert Prosinecki (Croatia), Zinedine Zidane (France),
   Emmanuel Petit (France)

    1 - John Collins (Scotland), Craig Burley (Scotland), Dan Eggen
   (Norway), Havard Flo (Norway), Tore Andre Flo (Norway), Kjetil Rekdal
   (Norway), Moustafa Hadji (Morocco), Luigi Di Biagio (Italy), Pierre
   Njanka (Cameroon), Patrick Mboma (Cameroon), Toni Polster (Austria),
   Ivica Vastic (Austria), Andreas Herzog (Austria), Marc Rieper
   (Denmark), Allan Nielsen (Denmark), Michael Laudrup (Denmark), Peter
   Moller (Denmark), Ebbe Sand (Denmark), Thomas Helveg (Denmark), Martin
   Jorgensen (Denmark), Christophe Dugarry (France), David Trezeguet
   (France), Bixente Lizarazu (France), Youri Djorkaeff (France), Laurent
   Blanc (France), Raul (Spain), Luis Enrique (Spain), Mutiu Adepoju
   (Nigeria), Garba Lawal (Nigeria), Sunday Oliseh (Nigeria), Victor
   Ikpeba Nigeria), Wilson Oruma (Nigeria), Tijani Babangida (Nigeria),
   Ha Seok-ju (South Korea), Yoo Sang-chul (South Korea), Alberto Garcia
   Aspe (Mexico), Cuauhtemoc Blanco (Mexico), Sinisa Mihajlovic
   (Yugoslavia), Predrag Mijatovic (Yugoslavia), Dragan Stojkovic
   (Yugoslavia), Mario Stanic (Croatia), Robert Jarni (Croatia), Goran
   Vlaovic (Croatia), Robbie Earle (Jamaica), Paul Scholes (England),
   Darren Anderton (England), David Beckham (England), Adrian Ilie
   (Romania), Dan Petrescu (Romania), Andy Moeller (Germany), Benedict
   McCarthy (South Africa), Marc Overmars (Netherlands), Pierre Van
   Hooijdonk (Netherlands), Edgar Davids (Netherlands), Boudewijn Zenden
   (Netherlands), Hamid Estili (Iran), Medhi Mahdavikia (Iran), Brian
   McBride (U.S.), Leider Preciado (Colombia), Jose Sierra (Chile), Sami
   Al-Jaber (Saudi Arabia), Youssef Al-Thyniyan (Saudi Arabia), Emil
   Kostadinov (Bulgaria), Celso Ayala (Paraguay), Miguel Benitez
   (Paraguay), Jose Cardozo (Paraguay), Luc Nilis (Belgium), Masashi
   Nakayama (Japan), Hector Pineda (Argentina), Javier Zanetti
   (Argentina), Claudio Lopez (Argentina), Skander Souayah (Tunisia)

   Own goals:

   Tom Boyd (Scotland), Youssef Chippo (Morocco), Pierre Issa (South
   Africa), Sinisa Mihajlovic (Yugoslavia)
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Croatia's Davor Suker - 7 WC Games, 6 WC Goals

Post by Advanced Integration Designs Aus » Tue, 14 Jul 1998 04:00:00

Christian Vieri, 5 games, 5 goals.

In spain, 24 games, 24 goals. Average, 1 goal every game.
vieri is king.


:    World Cup scorers
:
:    Reuters
:    
:    PARIS (Jul 12, 1998 - 17:21 EDT) - World Cup scorers after Sunday's
:    final match:
:    
:     6 - Davor Suker (Croatia)
:    
:     5 - Christian Vieri (Italy), Gabriel Batistuta (Argentina)
:    
:     4 - Marcelo Salas (Chile), Luis Hernandez (Mexico), Ronaldo (Brazil)
:    
:     3 - Thierry Henry (France), Cesar Sampaio (Brazil), Bebeto (Brazil),
:    Rivaldo (Brazil), Juergen Klinsmann (Germany), Oliver Bierhoff
:    (Germany), Dennis Bergkamp (Netherlands)
:    
:     2 - Marc Wilmots (Belgium), Ariel Ortega (Argentina), Roberto Baggio
:    (Italy), Salaheddine Bassir (Morocco), Abdeljilil Hadda (Morocco),
:    Shaun Bartlett (South Africa), Francisco Morientes (Spain), Kiko
:    (Spain), Fernando Hierro (Spain), Phillip Cocu (Netherlands), Ronald
:    de Boer (Netherlands), Ricardo Pelaez (Mexico), Theodore Whitmore
:    (Jamaica), Viorel Moldovan (Romania), Slobodan Komljenovic
:    (Yugoslavia), Alan Shearer (England), Michael Owen England), Brian
:    Laudrup (Denmark), Patrick Kluivert (Netherlands), Lilian Thuram
:    (France), Robert Prosinecki (Croatia), Zinedine Zidane (France),
:    Emmanuel Petit (France)
:    
:     1 - John Collins (Scotland), Craig Burley (Scotland), Dan Eggen
:    (Norway), Havard Flo (Norway), Tore Andre Flo (Norway), Kjetil Rekdal
:    (Norway), Moustafa Hadji (Morocco), Luigi Di Biagio (Italy), Pierre
:    Njanka (Cameroon), Patrick Mboma (Cameroon), Toni Polster (Austria),
:    Ivica Vastic (Austria), Andreas Herzog (Austria), Marc Rieper
:    (Denmark), Allan Nielsen (Denmark), Michael Laudrup (Denmark), Peter
:    Moller (Denmark), Ebbe Sand (Denmark), Thomas Helveg (Denmark), Martin
:    Jorgensen (Denmark), Christophe Dugarry (France), David Trezeguet
:    (France), Bixente Lizarazu (France), Youri Djorkaeff (France), Laurent
:    Blanc (France), Raul (Spain), Luis Enrique (Spain), Mutiu Adepoju
:    (Nigeria), Garba Lawal (Nigeria), Sunday Oliseh (Nigeria), Victor
:    Ikpeba Nigeria), Wilson Oruma (Nigeria), Tijani Babangida (Nigeria),
:    Ha Seok-ju (South Korea), Yoo Sang-chul (South Korea), Alberto Garcia
:    Aspe (Mexico), Cuauhtemoc Blanco (Mexico), Sinisa Mihajlovic
:    (Yugoslavia), Predrag Mijatovic (Yugoslavia), Dragan Stojkovic
:    (Yugoslavia), Mario Stanic (Croatia), Robert Jarni (Croatia), Goran
:    Vlaovic (Croatia), Robbie Earle (Jamaica), Paul Scholes (England),
:    Darren Anderton (England), David Beckham (England), Adrian Ilie
:    (Romania), Dan Petrescu (Romania), Andy Moeller (Germany), Benedict
:    McCarthy (South Africa), Marc Overmars (Netherlands), Pierre Van
:    Hooijdonk (Netherlands), Edgar Davids (Netherlands), Boudewijn Zenden
:    (Netherlands), Hamid Estili (Iran), Medhi Mahdavikia (Iran), Brian
:    McBride (U.S.), Leider Preciado (Colombia), Jose Sierra (Chile), Sami
:    Al-Jaber (Saudi Arabia), Youssef Al-Thyniyan (Saudi Arabia), Emil
:    Kostadinov (Bulgaria), Celso Ayala (Paraguay), Miguel Benitez
:    (Paraguay), Jose Cardozo (Paraguay), Luc Nilis (Belgium), Masashi
:    Nakayama (Japan), Hector Pineda (Argentina), Javier Zanetti
:    (Argentina), Claudio Lopez (Argentina), Skander Souayah (Tunisia)
:    
:    Own goals:
:
:    Tom Boyd (Scotland), Youssef Chippo (Morocco), Pierre Issa (South
:    Africa), Sinisa Mihajlovic (Yugoslavia)
: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
:

 
 
 

Croatia's Davor Suker - 7 WC Games, 6 WC Goals

Post by Thlay » Tue, 14 Jul 1998 04:00:00


Quote:
>World Cup scorers

>   Reuters

>   PARIS (Jul 12, 1998 - 17:21 EDT) - World Cup scorers after Sunday's
>   final match:

>    6 - Davor Suker (Croatia)


There is one good thing that can be said about Suker: he only scored one
penalty, reversing the trend.  Kempes, Rossi, and Lineker all scored six
open-play goals; Schillaci hit one penalty; Salenko had two; and Stoichkov
three.

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Croatia's Davor Suker - 7 WC Games, 6 WC Goals

Post by perse.. » Tue, 14 Jul 1998 04:00:00

And about 20 dives.

 
 
 

Croatia's Davor Suker - 7 WC Games, 6 WC Goals

Post by Richard Tamu » Tue, 14 Jul 1998 04:00:00



Quote:

>>World Cup scorers

>>   Reuters

>>   PARIS (Jul 12, 1998 - 17:21 EDT) - World Cup scorers after Sunday's
>>   final match:

>>    6 - Davor Suker (Croatia)


>There is one good thing that can be said about Suker: he only scored one
>penalty, reversing the trend.  Kempes, Rossi, and Lineker all scored six
>open-play goals; Schillaci hit one penalty; Salenko had two; and Stoichkov
>three.

An extremely poor dive-to-goal ratio for Diver Suker.  Is it true that
dives are as good as goals in Croatia?  If so, give Suker the Golden
Boots to keep, he earned them.

  - Rich

 
 
 

Croatia's Davor Suker - 7 WC Games, 6 WC Goals

Post by Males dam » Tue, 14 Jul 1998 04:00:00

Quote:


>>World Cup scorers

>>   Reuters

>>   PARIS (Jul 12, 1998 - 17:21 EDT) - World Cup scorers after Sunday's
>>   final match:

>>    6 - Davor Suker (Croatia)

>There is one good thing that can be said about Suker: he only scored one
>penalty, reversing the trend.  Kempes, Rossi, and Lineker all scored six
>open-play goals; Schillaci hit one penalty; Salenko had two; and Stoichkov
>three.

He's just the BEST scorer this WC that's all you have to know!

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Croatia's Davor Suker - 7 WC Games, 6 WC Goals

Post by Tristán Whit » Wed, 15 Jul 1998 04:00:00

Quote:

> An extremely poor dive-to-goal ratio for Diver Suker.  Is it true that
> dives are as good as goals in Croatia?  If so, give Suker the Golden
> Boots to keep, he earned them.

Diver Suker! Haha you should work for the Mirror! Nice one.
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