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Premier League goes second

The Premier League pulled into second on the list of 2014 World Cup goals by league on Thursday, as the total from fom players who ply their trade in England increasing to 13. Two goals from Luis Suarez and one by Wayne Rooney, his first in World Cup play, put the Prem one behind the Bundesliga.

Bayern Munich remains atop the list by club with eight, with Rooney's strike putting Manchester United into second place with five (Robin van Persie 3, Rooney 1, Marouane Fellaini 1). Players from 39 different club teams across 15 different leagues have scored in the tournament so far.

League-by-league World Cup goals*:

German Bundesliga: 14

English Premier League: 13

Spanish La Liga: 10

Italian Serie A: 6

French Ligue 1: 4

United States MLS: 3

Brazilian Serie A: 2

Dutch Eredivisie: 2

Russian Premier League: 2

Liga MX: 2

Argentinian Primera Division: 1

Belgian Pro League: 1

Greek Super League: 1

Portuguese Liga: 1

South Korean K-League: 1

*Own goals not included: 3

Goals by club:

Bayern Munich: 8

Manchester United: 5

Barcelona: 4

Liverpool: 3

Real Madrid: 3

AC Milan: 2

Monaco: 2

New York Red Bulls: 2

Roma: 2

Valencia: 2

Wolfsburg: 2

28 clubs with 1 each.