2023 Under-17 EURO: Top scorers
Tuesday, May 30, 2023
Germany pair Robert Ramsak and Paris Brunner have joined Spain's Marc Guiu on four UEFA Under-17 EURO finals goals.
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Robert Ramsak and Paris Brunner both scored their fourth goals of the 2023 UEFA European Under-17 Championship to help Germany reach the final in Hungary on Tuesday.
The duo found the net in their country's 5-3 defeat of Poland at the Pancho Aréna to join Spain's Marc Guiu at the top of the final tournament scoring chart.
Guiu had taken his tally to four in his country's quarter-final defeat of the Republic of Ireland on Saturday, but could not improve on that tally in Tuesday's semi-final defeat to France later in the day. Lamine Yamal did find the net against the holders to match his teammate's tally.
Poland's Karol Borys scored his third of the tournament in his country's losing effort in the last four. France's Yanis Ali Issoufou, Tidiam Gomis and Mathis Lambourde all scored their second goals of the final tournament in their country's semi-final win.
Top scorers – players still in tournament in bold
4 goals: Paris Brunner, Robert Ramsak (Germany), Marc Guiu, Lamine Yamal (both Spain)
3 goals: Karol Borys, Mateusz Skoczylas (Poland)
2 goals: Isaiah Dada-Mascoll (England), Tidiam Gomis, Yanis Ali Issoufou, Mathis Lambourde (all France), Noah Darvich (Germany), Benedek Simon (Hungary), Luke Kehir, Mason Melia, Ikechukwu Orazi (all Republic of Ireland), Mattia Mannini (Italy), Daniel Mikołajewski, (Poland), Mihajlo Cvetković, Andrija Maksimović (both Serbia), Luka Topalović (Slovenia), Winsley Boteli (Switzerland), Iwan Morgan (Wales)
1 goal: Sergej Levak, Ljubo Puljić (both Croatia), Myles Lewis-Skelly, Ethan Nwaneri, Justin Oboavwoduo (all England), Kouakou Gadou, Fode Sylla (both France), Bence Dardai, Charles Herrmann, Almugera Kabar, Max Moerstedt, Assan Ouedraogo, Kjell-Arik Wätjen (all Germany), Martin Kern, Csaba Molnár, Szilárd Szabó, Ádám Umathum, Zétény Varga (all Hungary), Romeo Akachukwu, Najemedine Razi (both Ireland), Giacomo De Pieri, Federico Ragnoli Galli (both Italy), Jesse Bal, Jasper Hartog (both Netherlands), Mike Huras, Szymon Kądziołka, Jakub Krzyżanowski, Filip Rejczyk, Dominik Szala, Maksymilian Sznaucner, Oskar Tomczyk, Filip Wolski (all Poland), Nuno Patrício, Gonçalo Sousa, Olívio Tomé (all Portugal), Lennon Connolly, Rory Wilson (both Scotland), Andrej Petrović, Andrej Subotić, Veljko Vukojević (all Serbia), Rene Hrvatin, Aldin Jakupović, David Pejičić (all Slovenia), Alejandro Granados, Óscar Mesa (both Spain), Marvin Akahomen, Arlet Junior Zé, Demir Xhemalija (all Switzerland), Gabriele Biancheri (Wales)