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Duarte: Dunga's return is complicated

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Bundesliga back in lead

South Korea's two goals moved the Bundesliga atop the list of World Cup goal scorers, breaking a tie with the Premier League.

Nani's early goal for Portugal brought the English league back within one, though.

Nani's goal also moved Manchester United further up the club list, as the English powerhouse now has players who have scored six goals this World Cup. Only Bayern Munich have scored more.

League-by-league World Cup goals*:

German Bundesliga: 18
English Premier League: 17
Spanish La Liga: 13
French Ligue 1: 8
Italian Serie A: 8
American MLS: 4
Mexican Liga MX: 4
Portuguese Liga: 4
Dutch Eredivisie: 3
Brazilian Serie A: 2
Russian Premier League: 2
Argentinian Primera Division: 1
South Korean K-League: 1
Belgian Pro League: 1
Greek Super League: 1
Honduras Primera Division: 1
South Korean K-League: 1
Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle: 1
UAE Pro League: 1

*NOTE: This does not including the tournament's three own goals.

Club-by-club World Cup goals:

Bayern Munich: 9
Manchester United: 6
Barcelona: 5
Real Madrid: 4
Pachuca: 3
Liverpool: 3
Marseille: 3
Porto: 2
AS Roma: 2
Seattle Sounders: 2
AS Monaco: 2
Paris Saint-Germain: 2
AC Milan: 2
PSV Eindhoven: 2
Napoli: 2
Valencia: 2
Wolfsburg: 2
New York Red Bulls: 2

36 other clubs tied at 1