European clubs lead World Cup artillery; see ranking

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With three goals, Mbappe contributes to Paris Saint-Germain being among the ‘top scorer teams’

Three European teams share the leadership of the “artillery” of the World Cup. Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona and Manchester United top the list, each with 6 goals scored by their respective players.

Clubs leading scorers ranking at the Qatar World Cup

Cristiano Ronaldo is the only player without a club to score at the World Cup

In addition to the aforementioned trio, Manchester City, Fenerbahe, Ajax, Atlético de Madrid, Chelsea, PSV and Milan are also the Europeans that appear among the ‘top scorer clubs’.

Al Hilal from Saudi Arabia is the only team outside Europe among the top teams.

So far, no player playing in Brazil has scored a goal in this World Cup.

Complete ranking of clubs with goals in the World Cup

6 goals

  • Paris Saint-Germain: Mbappe (3), Messi (2), Soler (1)
  • barcelona: Ferran Torres (2), Gavi (1), Frenkie de Jong (1), Andreas Christensen (1), Lewandowski (1)
  • Manchester United: Rashford (3), Bruno Fernandes (2), Casemiro (1)

4 goals

  • Fenerbahe: Enner Valencia (3), Batshuayi (1)
  • manchester city: Gundogan (1), Alvarez (1), Foden (1), Grealish (1)

3 goals

  • ajax: Kudus (2), Klassen (1)
  • Atletico Madrid: Morata (2), Joo Felix (1)
  • chelsea: Pulisic (1), Sterling (1), Koulibaly (1)
  • PSV: Gakpo (3)
  • Milan: Giroud (2), Rafael Leo (1)
  • al-hilal: Salem Al-Dawsari (2), Saleh Al-Shehri (1)

2 goals

  • Tottenham: Richarlison (2)
  • Hoffenheim: Kramaric (2)
  • brighton: Caicedo (1), Mac Allister (1)
  • Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors: Cho Gue-Sung (2)
  • Harbor: Mehdi Taremi (2)
  • Arsenal: Bukayo Saka (2)
  • Bayern Munchen: Alphonso Davies (1), Sucked-Moting (1)

1 goal

  • Al Duhail: Mohammed Muntari (1)
  • Salernian: Boulaye Day (1)
  • Alanyaspor: Famara Didhiou (1)
  • Watford: Ismaila Sarr (1)
  • Olympique de Marseille: Bamba Dieng (1)
  • Club Sport Herediano: Keysher Fuller (1)
  • Werder Bremen: Niclas Fllkrug (1)
  • LOSC Lille: Timothy Weah (1)
  • Los Angeles FC: Gareth Bale (1)
  • Benfica: Enzo Fernandez (1)
  • Juventus: Adrien Rabiot (1)
  • napoli: Piotr Zielinski (1)
  • Real Madrid: Marco Asensio (1)
  • Borussia Dortmund: Jude Bellingham (1)
  • Pachuca: Luis Chavez (1)
  • Club de Ftbol America: Henry Martin (1)
  • sepahan: Ramin Rezaeian (1)
  • Esteghlal FC: Roozbeh Cheshmi (1)
  • Montpellier: Wahbi Khazri (1)
  • Adelaide United: Craig Goodwin (1)
  • melbourne city: Matthew Leckie (1)
  • Fagiano Okayama: Mitchell Duke (1)
  • Freiburg: Ritsu Doan (1)
  • Bochum: Takuma Asano (1)
  • RB Leipzig: Dani Olmo (1)
  • hajduk split: Marko Livaja (1)
  • Rennes: Lovro Majer (1)
  • Besiktas: Romain Sass (1)
  • Toulouse: Zakaria Aboukhlal (1)
  • Monaco: Breel Plunger (1)
  • fullham: Aleksandar Mitrovic (1)
  • Lazio: Sergej Milinkovic Savic (1)
  • Red Bull Salzburg: Strahinja Pavlovic (1)
  • FC Nantes: Jean-Charles Castelletto (1)
  • Al Nassr: Vincent Aboubakar (1)
  • Al-Sadd: Andr Ayew (1)
  • Southampton: Mohammed Salisu (1)
  • Red Star Belgrade: Osman Bukari (1)
  • Without club: Cristiano Ronaldo (1)

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