Messi and Mbappé led Argentina and France to the final with 5 goals each, Neymar joined Pelé. Seven goals instead for Pioli’s team, just one distance from Barça and City and much better than Juve (2) and Inter (1)
Qatar 2022 is Paris Saint Germain’s World Cup. Waiting for the last act that will see the challenge in the final Messi and Mbappeor two-thirds of the team’s super trident Al-Khelaifithe Parisian club already dominates the special ‘club scorer ranking’ for the first World Cup played in the autumn: the two superstars from France and Argentina add up to the five goals each Neymarwhich in Qatar in terms of goals reached such a legend as Peleand that of Soler in Spain-Costa Rica. In total there are 13 goals, an absolute domination, with the teams in second place in the standings, the Barcelona (Ferran Torres,2, Lewandowski,2, Gavi, Christensen, De Jong and Depay) and the Manchester City (Julian Alvarez,4, Gundogan, Grealish, Foden and Akanji), separated by 5 goals.
No club has left their mark on this World Cup like the French champions have (even 7 assists on the scoresheet), but they are placed behind the three superpowers that lead the table Stefano Pioli’s AC Milan, who with 7 goals scored (Giroud,4, Leao,2, and Theo Hernandez) establishes a historic record given that never before had so many goals been scored by Rossoneri players at the World Cup. Inter’s record set in 2002 is still a long way off, when Ronaldo who alone scored 8, but that of Theo against Morocco it was Milan’s fourth goal in a World Cup semi-final after those of Schnellinger and Rivera in ’70 and that of Kluivert in ’98.
Immediately below the podium there is a triptych of English teams which demonstrates the overwhelming power of the team Premier League: 6 total goals for the Chelsea (Havertz,2, Sterling, Koulibaly, Pulisic and Ziyech), the Manchester United (Rashford,3, Bruno Fernandes,2, and Casemiro) and the Tottenham (Richarlison,3, Kane,2, and Perisic), who ‘double’ the great nobility of European football.
Only 3 in fact the total networks of real Madrid (Vinicius Jr, Asensio, Tchouameni), who does worse than his cousins Atletico (5), and Bayern Munich (Davies, Choupo-Moting, Gnabry), while the other great Italians are placed outside the top 10: 2 goals for Juventus (Rabiot, Vlahovic) and only one for theInter (Dumfries).
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Inter, a player in the World Cup final for the eleventh consecutive time