Highest goal-scorers in last five Men's Hockey World Cups!

January 9, 2023

Sports Tak Staff

The Men's Hockey World Cup is edging closer, with the tournament kicking off in less than a week.

This time around as well, Bhubaneswar (along with Rourkela) will play host to the mega event. 

Ahead of the mega event, we take a look at the top-scoring players in the last five Men's Hockey World Cups!

Blake Govers (Australia) and Alexander Hendrickx (Belgium) top-scored in 2018 with 7 goals. 

Argentina's Gonzalo Peillat was the highest goalscorer in 2014 with 14 goals. 

The 2010 World Cup in New Delhi saw Luke Doerner of Australia as the top goalscorer with 9 goals. 

Taeke Taekema of the Netherlands top-scored in 2006 with 10 goals. 

Back in 2002, it was Jorge Lombi of Argentina who top-scored with 10 goals. 

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