The top eight teams competing for the semifinals’ four slots have been determined. There have been some truly remarkable displays at the world’s largest football tournament. The globe has been blown away by the play—and especially the goals—of players from Europe’s top five leagues. So far, in this year’s World Cup in Qatar, a total of 148 goals have been scored. All-stars from their clubs contributed the majority of these tallies.
5. Chelsea (6 Goals)
the London club has 12 players on the national team. Fans’ expectations for Chelsea have not been met since Thomas Tuchel was fired, and the club has been mired in chaos. The World Cup may be in Qatar, but Chelsea’s players are doing well. They have scored six goals thus far, with Kai Havertz contributing two of them, the most by any Chelsea player. Koulibaly, Pulisic, Sterling, and Ziyech have scored only one goal.
4. Manchester City (6 Goals)
Manchester City has the second-most players at Qatar’s 2022 FIFA World Cup, behind only Barcelona. The club’s performance has been in line with expectations, and they currently sit in second place in the Premier League, with only Arsenal posing a serious threat to their title. Players from Manchester City in this competition have scored six goals. Young Argentine superstar Julian Alvarez leads the pack with two goals. Grealish, Foden, Gundogen, and Akanji all chip in with a single goal to round off the scoring.
3. Manchester United (6 Goals)
Ironically, Manchester United’s legion of followers has argued that their team’s stars perform better at the World Cup when they don’t have to play for their club. Despite the jokes, the Red Devils have been excellent at this World Cup. So far in the competition, they have scored six times. Marcus Rashford leads the team with three goals, followed by Bruno Fernandes with two goals. As of late, all of the goals have been tallied by Casemiro.
2. Barcelona (8 Goals)
An unprecedented seventeen Barça players were called up for international action. They have more members than any other club during the World Cup in Qatar. Eight of them are part of the Spanish team, while the Spanish make up the largest percentage of the team overall.
Players like Gavi, Pedri, Dembele, and Frenkie de Jong, all of Barcelona, have excelled in this World Cup. FCB players in this World Cup have scored eight goals. Lewandowski and Ferran Torres both tallied two goals and were the most prolific. Other players on the list are Christensen, Depay, De Jong, and Gavi.
1. PSG (10 Goals)
If you look at the list of goal scorers by the club, the French giants come out on top. Parisian players have shone at this year’s World Cup in Qatar, demonstrating the club’s incredible form in France. PSG is currently unbeaten in Ligue 1 and is looking to keep its winning streak alive. PSG fielded an eleven-man squad, eight of whom are still alive in the playoffs. Kylian Mbappe has more goals for PSG than any other player at this World Cup. Aside from Messi, other goal scorers include Neymar (2) and Soler (1).orld