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ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Gotze goal sends Bundesliga clear

After a tense, agonizing World Cup final, Gotze's goal vs. Argentina was worth the wait.
Mario Gotze scores Germany's winning goal against Argentina.

The Bundesliga and the Premier League had been fighting it out for the honour of the top-scoring league throughout the World Cup, and they went into the final level on 34 goals each.

Although Germany were in the final, the Premier League still had its fair share of players capable of proving the difference but instead it was Bayern Munich's Mario Gotze who came off the bench to score the winner.

It means 69 of the 171 goals, or 40.35 percent, came from players attached to clubs in England or Germany. The Spanish La Liga provided 24 goals, which means those three leagues combined produced 93 goals, or 54.39 percent.

There was absolutely no serious competition for the top scoring club with Bayern supplying 18 goals, nearly double their nearest challenger with Barcelona on 10 goals. AS Monaco are sixth in the club table, with all of their goals being scored by Colombia's James Rodriguez.

NB: As per FIFA's classification, players are recorded by the last club they played for. So players such as David Luiz are classified as Chelsea, and Pablo Armero as West Ham as he was on loan from Napoli in the second half of last season. The five own goals are not attributed to clubs or leagues.

German Bundesliga 35
English Premier League 34
Spanish La Liga 24
French Ligue 1 13
Italian Serie A 13
Portuguese Liga 8
Dutch Eredivisie 7
Mexican Liga MX 5
Russian Premier League 5
Major League Soccer 4
Brazilian Serie A 3
Greek Super League 2
Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1 2
Turkish Super Lig 2
UAE Pro-League 2
Argentine Primera Division 1
Belgian Pro League 1
Croatian Prva HNL 1
English Championship 1
Honduran Primera Division 1
Scottish Premiership 1
South Korean K-League 1

Bayern Munich 18
Barcelona 10
Manchester United 9
Chelsea 8
Real Madrid 7
AS Monaco 6
PSV Eindhoven 5
FC Porto 4
VfL Wolfsburg 4
AS Roma 3
Borussia Dortmund 3
Liverpool 3
Marseille 3
Napoli 3
Pachuca 3
Paris Saint-Germain 3
Sporting Lisbon 3
AC Milan 2
Al Ain 2
Arsenal 2
Atletico Madrid 2
Bayer Leverkusen 2
Club Africain 2
CSKA Moscow 2
Juventus 2
Lazio 2
Mainz 2
Manchester City 2
New York Red Bulls 2
Olympiakos 2
Schalke 2
Seattle Sounders 2
Swansea City 2
Valencia 2
Academica Coimbra 1
Ajax 1
Besitkas 1
Borussia Monchengladbach 1
Celtic 1
Charlton Athletic 1
Club Brugge 1
Crystal Palace 1
Dynamo Moscow 1
Everton 1
FC Kuban Krasnodar 1
Feyenoord 1
Fiorentina 1
Fluminese 1
Galatasaray 1
Granada 1
Hajduk Split 1
Hertha Berlin 1
Internacional 1
Leon 1
Lille 1
Newcastle United 1
Norwich City 1
Palmeiras 1
Real Espana 1
Real Sociedad 1
River Plate 1
Sangju Sangmu 1
Santos Laguna 1
SC Freiburg 1
Stoke City 1
Tottenham Hotspur 1
VfB Stuttgart 1
Villarreal 1
West Ham United 1
Wigan Athletic 1
Zenit St. Petersburg 1

Dale Johnson has been an editor and journalist at ESPN for 18 years. You can follow him on Twitter @dalejohnsonESPN.

Information from ESPN Stats & Info was used in this story.