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How Cecilia Di Nardo (Denmark) became the current all-time WFC top scorer [Patron Only]

In today’s WFC game against Singapore, Denmark’s Cecilia Di Nardo scored 5 times.

She’s now become the all-time WFC top scorer (goals) as she surpassed Corin Rüttimann – again.

Road to record

The 27-year-old forward, who plays in Malmö (Sweden), started her scoring path in 2009, although not quite successfully. In Västerås, Sweden, Di Nardo scored once in five games. Denmark reached 9th place during the tournament, in which even countries like Italy, the Netherlands, Hungary, and Canada joined.

WFC 2011

In 2011, Di Nardo increased her number to four goals as she scored against the USA (group stage), the Czech Republic (quarter-final), and Poland (5th-8th place game). Denmark made it to 8th spot, one higher than 2009 and two places higher than the current world ranking.

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