Pair share scoring honour

Toni Kroos of Germany and England's Victor Moses shared the honour of being 2007 Under-17 finals top scorer with three goals each.

Three-goal tallies
Germany's campaign ended on Thursday with victory in the fifth-place play-off against the Netherlands, in which Kroos struck to add to goals in the group stage against Ukraine and France. Moses scored twice on Matchday 3 against the Dutch and again to clinch a 1-0 semi-final win versus France but like his team-mates was shut out against Spain today in Tournai.

Bojan goal
Bojan Krkić, last season's joint-top scorer in Luxembourg when he struck five for Spain, moved his 2007 finals haul to two with his goal against England, having opened his account in the last-four defeat of Belgium. Altogether the 16 games produced 47 goals.

Top scorers 2007 finals
Toni KroosGermany3
Victor MosesEngland3
Daley BlindNetherlands2
Bojan KrkićSpain2
Nill De PauwBelgium2
Iago FalquéSpain2
Kevin KisBelgium2
Damien Le TallecFrance2
Marko MaticNetherlands2
Niels RingootBelgium2
Richard Sukuta-PasuGermany2