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Duarte: Dunga's return is complicated


Premier League, Bundesliga even

A goal each on Friday from Olivier Giroud and Moussa Sissoko during France's 5-2 routing of Switzerland had briefly put the English Premier League atop the table of goals by league in the tournament. However, Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Granit Xhaka's 87th-minute strike for Switzerland brought the Bundesliga back level with at 15 each.

Bayern Munich remain atop the list of goals by club with eight from three different players -- Arjen Robben and Thomas Muller both have three, Mario Mandzukic two. They are followed by Manchester United with five goals -- Robin van Persie has scored three, while Wayne Rooney and Marouane Fellaini have one each). Spanish rivals Barcelona and Real Madrid are tied for third with four each.

The last time 77 goals were scored through the first 26 matches of a World Cup was the 1982 tournament.

League-by-league World Cup goals*:

English Premier League: 15
German Bundesliga: 15
Spanish La Liga: 11
Italian Serie A: 7
French Ligue 1: 6
Mexican Liga MX: 4
American MLS: 3
Dutch Eredivisie: 3
Brazilian Serie A: 2
Russian Premier League: 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
Real Madrid: 4
Liverpool: 3
Pachuca: 3
AC Milan: 2
Eindhoven: 2
Marseille: 2
Napoli: 2
Paris Saint-Germain: 2
Monaco: 2
New York Red Bulls: 2
Roma: 2
Valencia: 2
Wolfsburg: 2

27 clubs with 1 each.