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United's World Cup scorers:

4: Sir Bobby Charlton
3: Jesper Olsen
2: David Beckham, Ji-sung Park, Bryan Robson, Javier Hernandez (joined after WC 2010)
1: Diego Forlan, Quinton Fortune, Joe Jordan, Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Scholes, Gordon Strachan, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Norman Whiteside. 

15/12/2011 09:53, Report by Adam Marshall

Trivia: World Cup scorers

Article updated 15/12/11, 17:00

Our latest trivia poser was very straightforward - we wanted you to name five stars who have scored at least two goals in the World Cup finals whilst being registered as a United player.

Javier Hernandez had agreed to join the Reds before scoring twice at the 2010 finals for Mexico but we excluded him from our teaser as the deal was not officially ratified until he received a work permit on 1 July 2010.

That still left five players for you to identify correctly, as follows: Sir Bobby Charlton (4 goals), Jesper Olsen (3), David Beckham (2), Ji-sung Park (2), Bryan Robson (2).

Just for fun, we also asked you to name as many United players as possible who scored one goal only at the World Cup finals. We think there are eight as follows:  Diego Forlan, Quinton Fortune, Joe Jordan, Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Scholes, Gordon Strachan, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Norman Whiteside.

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