After Saturday’s quarterfinal matches, the following players have scored the most goals at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Hinata Miyazawa of Japan has scored five goals so far, making her the tournament’s top scorer.
Miyazawa now leads Kadidiatou Diani of France, Alexandra Popp of Germany, the Netherlands’ Jill Roord, and Sweden’s Amanda Ilestedt in terms of goals scored.
We’ve reached the semifinals of the Women’s World Cup, so here are the best scorers so far.
Hinata Miyazawa, the five-goal scorer.
Kadidiatou Diani of France, Alexandra Popp of Germany, Jill Roord of the Netherlands, and Amanda Ilestedt of Sweden each scored a goal.
The following players scored: Lauren James (3), Aitana Bonmati (2), Alba Redondo (1), Ary Borges (1), Kadidiatou Diani (2), Jenni Hermoso (1), Alba Redondo (3), Sophie Haug (1), Eugenie Le Sommer (1), and Hayley Raso (1).
The semi-final games, according to BANKPAWA, would be played on Tuesday and Wednesday.
On Tuesday, Sweden will play Spain, and on Wednesday, Australia will take on England.