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Green puts the Bundesliga ahead

Julian Green's goal for the United States vs. Belgium was not enough to save the Americans from elimination, but the Bayern Munich teenager's effort did give the Bundesliga the lead in goals scored by league at the end of the Round of 16. 

Green is the sixth different Bayern Munich player to score at this World Cup, tying the German club with Manchester United. Bayern remain atop the list of goals by club with 14, four more than second-placed Barcelona.

League-by-league World Cup goals*:

English Premier League: 30
German Bundesliga: 29
Spanish La Liga: 23
French Ligue 1: 11
Italian Serie A: 11
Portuguese Liga: 8
Dutch Eredivisie: 5
Mexican Liga MX: 5
Russian Premier League: 5
American MLS: 4
Brazilian Serie A: 3
Greek Super League: 2
Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle: 2
Turkish Super Lig: 1
UAE Pro League: 2
Argentinian Primera Division: 1
Belgian Pro League: 1
Croatian Prva Liga: 1
English Championship: 1
Honduran Primera Division: 1
Scottish Premiership: 1
South Korean K-League: 1

*Own goals not included: 5

Goals by club:

Bayern Munich: 14
Barcelona: 10
Manchester United: 8
Real Madrid: 6
AS Monaco: 5
Chelsea: 4
Porto: 4
PSV Eindhoven: 4
Wolfsburg: 4
Liverpool: 3
Marseille: 3
Pachuca: 3
Roma: 3
Sporting CP: 3
AC Milan: 2
Al Ain: 2
Arsenal: 2
Atletico Madrid: 2
Bayer Leverkusen: 2
Borussia Dortmund: 2
Club Africain: 2
CSKA Moscow: 2
Olympiakos: 2
Mainz: 2
Manchester City: 2
Napoli: 2
New York Red Bulls: 2
Paris Saint-Germain: 2
Schalke 04: 2
Seattle Sounders: 2
Swansea City: 2
Valencia: 2
Juventus: 2

37 other clubs have had one goalscorer.