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Pair share scoring honour

Published: Sunday 13 May 2007, 17.00CET
Toni Kroos of Germany and England's Victor Moses shared the honour of being 2007 Under-17 finals top scorer with three goals each.
by Paul Saffer
from Tournai
Pair share scoring honour
Victor Moses claimed three goals for runners-up England ©Sportsfile
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Published: Sunday 13 May 2007, 17.00CET

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.

Toni Kroos of Germany will share the honour of 2007 UEFA European Under-17 Championship finals top scorer with Victor Moses after the England playmaker failed to add to his three-goal tally in tonight's final

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
Player Country Goals
Toni Kroos Germany 3
Victor Moses England 3
Daley Blind Netherlands 2
Bojan Krkić Spain 2
Nill De Pauw Belgium 2
Iago Falqué Spain 2
Kevin Kis Belgium 2
Damien Le Tallec France 2
Marko Matic Netherlands 2
Niels Ringoot Belgium 2
Richard Sukuta-Pasu Germany 2

Last updated: 28/09/14 1.58CET

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