World Cup 2014 top goal scorers after matchday 2
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Monday 23 Jun 2014
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A list of the World Cup 2014 goal scorers after all teams have played 2 games each.

4 goals

Neymar, Brazil

3 goals

Arjen Robben, Netherlands
Robin van Persie, Netherlands
Karim Benzema, France
Thomas Mueller, Germany
Enner Valencia, Ecuador 

2 goals

Lionel Messi, Argentina
Mario Mandzukic, Croatia
Tim Cahill, Australia
Gervinho, Ivory Coast
James Rodriguez, Colombia
Luis Suarez, Uruguay
Andre Ayew, Ghana
Clint Dempsey, US
 

1 goal

Divock Origi, Belgium
Miroslav Klose, Germany
Mario Goetze, Germany
Pablo Armero, Colombia
Teofilo Gutierrez, Colombia
Juan Fernando Quintero, Colombia
Yasine Brahimi, Algeria
Sofiane Feghouli, Algeria
Islam Slimani, Algeria
Rafik Halliche, Algeria
Abdelmoumene Djabou, Algeria
Peter Odemwingie, Nigeria
Asamoah Gyan, Ghana
Blaise Matuidi, France
Mathieu Valbuena, France
Moussa Sissoko, France
Bryan Ruiz, Costa Rica
Mario Balotelli, Italy
Ivica Olic, Croatia
Ivan Perisic, Croatia
Mile Jedinak, Australia
Alexis Sanchez, Chile
Jorge Valdivia, Chile
Jean Beausejour, Chile
Eduardo Varga, Chile
Charles Aranguiz, Chile
Wilfried Bony, Ivory Coast
Vedad Ibisevic, Bosnia
Joel Campbell, Costa Rica
Oscar Duarte, Costa Rica
Marco Urena, Costa Rica
Edinson Cavani, Uruguay
Stefan De Vrij, Netherlands
Keisuke Honda, Japan
Claudio Marchisio, Italy
Oscar, Brazil
Oribe Peralta, Mexico
Granit Xhaka, Switzerland
Blerim Dzemaili, Switzerland
Admir Mehmedi, Switzerland  
Haris Seferovic, Switzerland
John Brooks, US
Jermaine Jones, US
Marouane Fellaini, Belgium
Dries Mertens, Belgium
Keun-Ho Lee, Korea Republic
Heung-Min Son, Korea Republic
Ja-Cheol Koo, Korea Republic
Alexander Kerzhakov, Russia
Daniel Sturridge, England
Wayne Rooney, England
Xabi Alonso, Spain
Nani, Portugal
Carlo Costly, Honduras

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justice
24-06-2014 06:57pm
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well done player
This has been a phenomenal world cup ever,looking at how people are scoring , I mean it's pretty hard to score such many goals on a world cup.
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well done player
This has been a phenomenal world cup ever,looking at how people are scoring , I mean it's pretty hard to score such many goals on a world cup.
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