Which team scored the most goals in the 2014 World Cup?
World Cup 2014 Team Statistics
- Germany. 14.1. 60. 57.6. 86.1. 7.21.
- Netherlands. 12.7. 110. 49.9. 82.2. 15.6. 7.16.
- Belgium. 18.6. 71. 51.3. 82.1. 19.6. 7.13.
- France. 17.8. 50. 55.2. 84.6. 16.8. 7.09.
- Colombia. 11.4. 50. 47.4. 78.1. 7.08.
- Argentina. 15.4. 80. 53.4. 84.2. 12.3. 7.07.
- Switzerland. 16.3. 30. 49.3. 81.3. 11.8. 7.03.
- USA. 40. 45.5. 82.0. 16.8. 6.97.
How many assist did Pele have?
Messi vs Pelé
Who has most assists in World Cup finals?
The record for the most assists in the World Cup belongs to Pele, who played in four World Cups and racked up 10 assists. The Brazilian managed just three assists in his first three World Cup appearances, though, in 1958, 1962 and 1966.
Who is the youngest player to score in World Cup?
Pele, till date, is the youngest goalscorer in World Cup history. The Brazilian scored his first-ever goal in the flagship tournament against Wales in the quarterfinal. Riding on Pele’s goal Brazil booked their place in the semifinal.
What are the statistics for the 2014 FIFA World Cup?
The following article outlines the statistics for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, which took place in Brazil from 12 June to 13 July. The winner of the 2014 World Cup was Germany. The leading goal scorer of this World Cup was James Rodriguez of Columbia. The player with the most assists was Juan Cuadrado from Colombia with six assists.
Who won the 2014 World Cup in football?
The winner of the 2014 World Cup was Germany. The leading goal scorer of this World Cup was James Rodriguez of Colombia. The player with the most assists was Juan Cuadrado from Colombia with six assists. Goals scored from penalty shoot-outs are not counted, and matches decided by penalty shoot-outs are counted as draws.
Were we disappointed at the 2014 World Cup?
And we were not disappointed. Brazil 2014 proved extraordinary in all sorts of ways, with packed stadiums and passionate crowds treated to thrills, upsets and a record number of goals. It also witnessed Germany reclaim in style a Trophy they had won three times before and, in the process, become the first European team to triumph in the Americas.
How much will the 2014 World Cup cost Brazil?
Total costs for the 2014 edition of the FIFA World Cup will amount to more than 10 billion U.S. dollars according to figures published by the Brazilian government in September 2013.