World Cup Scoring Leaders

Updated: July 4, 2014, 6:10 PM ET
Associated Press

Through July 4

Six

James Rodriguez, Colombia

Four

Lionel Messi, Argentina

Thomas Mueller, Germany

Neymar, Brazil

Three

Karim Benzema, France

Arjen Robben, Netherlands

Xherdan Shaqiri, Switzerland

Enner Valencia, Ecuador

Robin Van Persie, Netherlands

Two

Andre Ayew, Ghana

Wilfried Bony, Ivory Coast

Tim Cahill, Australia

Clint Dempsey, United States

Memphis Depay, Netherlands

Abdelmoumene Djabou, Algeria

Gervinho, Ivory Coast

Asamoah Gyan, Ghana

Mats Hummels, Germany

David Luiz, Brazil

Mario Mandzukic, Croatia

Jackson Martinez, Colombia

Ahmed Musa, Nigeria

Ivan Perisic, Croatia

Bryan Ruiz, Costa Rica

Alexis Sanchez, Chile

Islam Slimani, Algeria

Luis Suarez, Uruguay

One

Xabi Alonso, Spain

Charles Aranguiz, Chile

Pablo Armero, Colombia

Mario Balotelli, Italy

Jean Beausejour, Chile

Yacine Brahimi, Algeria

John Brooks, United States

Joel Campbell, Costa Rica

Edinson Cavani, Uruguay

Carlo Costly, Honduras

Juan Cuadrado, Colombia

Kevin De Bruyne, Belgium

Stefan De Vrij, Netherlands

Angel Di Maria, Argentina

Giovani Dos Santos, Mexico

Oscar Duarte, Costa Rica

Edin Dzeko, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Blerim Dzemaili, Switzerland

Sofiane Feghouli, Algeria

Marouane Fellaini, Belgium

Leroy Fer, Netherlands

Fernandinho, Brazil

Fred, Brazil

Reza Ghoochannejhad, Iran

Olivier Giroud, France

Diego Godin, Uruguay

Mario Goetze, Germany

Julian Green, United States

Andres Guardado, Mexico

Teofilo Gutierrez, Colombia

Rafik Halliche, Algeria

Javier Hernandez, Mexico

Keisuke Honda, Japan

Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, Netherlands

Vedad Ibisevic, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Mile Jedinak, Australia

Jermaine Jones, United States

Aleksandr Kerzhakov, Russia

Miroslav Klose, Germany

Alexander Kokorin, Russia

Ja-Cheol Koo, South Korea

Keun-Ho Lee, South Korea

Romelu Lukaku, Belgium

Claudio Marchisio, Italy

Rafael Marquez, Mexico

Juan Mata, Spain

Joel Matip, Cameroon

Blaise Matuidi, France

Admir Mehmedi, Switzerland

Dries Mertens, Belgium

Nani, Portugal

Peter Odemwingie, Nigeria

Shinji Okazaki, Japan

Ivica Olic, Croatia

Divock Origi, Belgium

Oscar, Brazil

Mesut Ozil, Germany

Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Greece

Oribe Peralta, Mexico

Miralem Pjanic, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Paul Pogba, France

Juan Quintero, Colombia

Marcos Rojo, Argentina

Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal

Wayne Rooney, England

Georgios Samaras, Greece

Andreas Samaris, Greece

Andre Schuerrle, Germany

Haris Seferovic, Switzerland

Thiago Silva, Brazil

Moussa Sissoko, France

Wesley Sneijder, Netherlands

Heung-Min Son, South Korea

Daniel Sturridge, England

Fernando Torres, Spain

Marco Urena, Costa Rica

Mathieu Valbuena, France

Jorge Valdivia, Chile

Silvestre Varela, Portugal

Eduardo Vargas, Chile

Jan Vertonghen, Belgium

David Villa, Spain

Avdija Vrsajevic, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Granit Xhaka, Switzerland


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