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In the first two FIFA Women’s World Cups™ in 1991 and 1995, the exact same number of goals were scored. The ball reached the back of the net 99 times at both China PR 1991 and Sweden 1995, producing an average of 3.81 goals per game.

USA scored 25 of the 99 goals in 1991 en route to winning the inaugural Women's World Cup, while Norway struck 23 times in 1995, including two in the Final against Germany.