Manchester United And Chelsea Feature Among The Highest Scoring Clubs At The 2014 World Cup

The 10 clubs with the most goals at the tournament in Brazil.

Following Argentina’s penalty shootout victory over Netherlands on Wednesday there is now just one match remaining in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

In what is being billed as the most exciting World Cup ever seen there has already been 171 goals from some of the best players on the planet.

So CaughtOffside has decided to find out just where those strikes have come from and which clubs have the most scorers ahead of the final on Sunday between the Argentinians and Germany.

9=. Wolfsburg – 4 goals

Scorers: Ivan Perisic (2), Kevin de Bruyne (Belgium), Ivica Olic (Croatia).

Ivan Perisic Croatia

This is the final total for the Bundesliga outfit with no more of their players left in the competition and three of their four goals have come from Croatia internationals in the shape of Perisic and Olic.

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