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Germany's Birgit Prinz and Brazil's Marta top the all-time goalscorers' list at the FIFA Women's World Cup, with both forwards bagging 14 goals each.

Prinz found the back of the net 14 times over four Women's World Cups, beginning at Sweden 1995 and culminating at China PR 1997. Meanwhile, Marta started scoring goals at USA 2003 and most recently tallied at Germany 2011.

And the Brazilian could take sole ownership of the record depending on how she fares at Canada 2015 in only two week's time. But with USA forward Abby Wambach right on Marta's heels with 13 goals scored for the Stars and Stripes, America's No20 could also make a push for the all-time record in Canada.