Miroslav KLOSE

Miroslav Klose scored his 16 Goal passing Ronaldo 15 goals

After the latest Fifa world cup semi final game between Brazil and Germany, which ended up badly 1-7 , at this match German payer Miroslav Klose scored his 16 th Goal passing Ronaldo – 15 goals
also after this Match Germany has the record of total 223 Goals in All time Fifa world cup table Brazil has 221 Goals .
Also Thomas Mueller Becomes 2nd Player to Score 5 Goals at Consecutive World Cups , Mueller’s tied the feat first established by current teammate Miroslav Klose, who scored five goals in the 2002 and 2006 World Cups.

This all-time table compares national teams that have participated in the FIFA World Cup by a number of criteria including matches, wins, losses, goals, total points, points per played matches, etc.

The table also shows –among other things– the accumulated points for every team that has ever participated in the tournament. This takes each game as if it was a World Cup group-stage match, giving 3 points per win, 1 point per draw and 0 points per loss (as nowadays). The rank order is based on total points. The points per matches played controls for number of matches played and thus, factoring in the total accumulated points divided by the total matches a team has played at the World Cup.

 

Position Name of Team Participations Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Avg
Pts
Best finish
1  Brazil 20 103 70 17 16 221 99 122 227 2.20 Winners
2  Germany 18 105 65 20 20 223 121 102 215 2.04 Winners
3  Italy 18 83 45 21 17 128 77 51 156 1.88 Winners
4  Argentina 16 75 42 13 20 131 83 48 139 1.85 Winners
5  Spain 14 59 29 12 18 92 66 26 99 1.68 Winners
6  England 14 62 26 20 16 79 56 23 98 1.58 Winners
7  France 14 59 28 12 19 106 71 35 96 1.63 Winners
8  Netherlands 10 48 26 11 11 83 48 35 89 1.90 Runners-up
9  Uruguay 12 51 20 12 19 80 71 9 72 1.41 Winners
10  Sweden 11 46 16 13 17 74 69 5 61 1.33 Runners-up

 

Most titles won

 

Rank Team Titles
1  Brazil (19581962197019942002) 5
2  Italy (1934193819822006) 4
3  Germany (195419741990) 3
4  Uruguay (19301950)
 Argentina (19781986)
2
6  England (1966)
 France (1998)
 Spain (2010)
1