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Duarte: Dunga's return is complicated

Brazil Jul 21, 2014
Jun 28, 2014

Premier League, Bundesliga again even

David Luiz's controversial goal for Brazil, which appeared to go in off of a Chilean player, goes into the record books as his first ever for his country.

It also counts as the 26th goal from a Premier League player at this tournament, tying the English domestic league with the Bundesliga for the most in the tournament.

Luiz is the third different Chelsea player to score at this World Cup, joiing Fernando Torres and Oscar 1.

League-by-league World Cup goals*:

English Premier League: 26
German Bundesliga: 26
Spanish La Liga: 21
French Ligue 1: 11
Italian Serie A: 10
Portuguese Liga: 8
Mexican Liga MX: 5
Russian Premier League: 5
Dutch Eredivisie: 4
American MLS: 4
Brazilian Serie A: 3
Greek Super League: 2
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
Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle: 1
Turkish Super Lig: 1

*Own goals not included: 4

Goals by club:

Bayern Munich: 12
Barcelona: 10
Manchester United: 8
AS Monaco: 5
Porto: 4
Real Madrid: 4
PSV Eindhoven: 3
Wolfsburg: 3
Chelsea: 3
Marseille: 3
Pachuca: 3
Liverpool: 3
Valencia: 2
Bayer Leverkusen: 2
Atletico Madrid: 2
Sporting CP: 2
CSKA Moscow: 2
Olympiakos: 2
AC Milan: 2
Paris Saint-Germain: 2
Mainz: 2
Seattle Sounders: 2
Manchester City: 2
Swansea City: 2
AS Roma: 2
Napoli: 2
New York Red Bulls: 2

39 other clubs even at 1