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Summary of the results of the highest goalscoring stars – top assists Qatar World Cup 2022.

The Qatar 2022 World Cup has already kick off with one of the highlights of every World Cup match being the goals scored. In this article. We take readers to update the top scorer table of the 2022 World Cup. including the top assists. Create chances for your teammates to score goals of the tournament.

Retrace the all-time top goalscoring stars of the World Cup Finals

5. Pele – 12 goals
4. Just Fontaine – 13 goals
3. Gerd Müller – 14 goals
2. Ronaldo – 15 goals
1. Miroslav Klose – 16 goals

The record-breaking 2014 winner, Miroslav Klose, played in four World Cup finals for Germany in 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2014. Where he won the World Cup with them. Great Iron Eagles in 2014. Breaking the tournament’s all-time top scorer record with 16 goals in 24 games, and was also the World Cup’s top scorer in 2006.

Highest assist ranking Qatar World Cup 2022
Harry Kane (England) – 2 assists

Harry Kane became the top assist player at this World Cup when he provided two assists for Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford to score the opener. World Cup Qatar 2022 beat Iran 6-2 team goal

Qatar World Cup 2022 Top Scorer Ranking
2 Goals: Ferran Torres and Bukayo Saka, Enner Valencia, Olivier Giroud and Mehdi Tare have

In the latest update today, goalscoring stars Ferran Torres is the top scorer among the players who scored 2 goals based on the fewest goals-per-time average when he started against Costa Rica. Score two goals before being substituted in the second half. By accounting for an average of 29 minutes (per 1 goal)

While the average of the 2022 World Cup goalscoring rankings for players. Who have score 2 goals are as follows:

  1. Ferran Torres – 2 goals (2 shot chances) (29 minutes per 1 goal)
  2. Bukayo Saka (England) – 2 goals (3 shots) (36 minutes per goal)
  3. Enner Valencia (Ecuador) – 2 goals (2 shots) (39 minutes per goal)
  4. Olivier Giroud (France) – 2 goals (5 shots) (45 minutes per goal)
  5. Mehdi Taremi (Iran) – 2 goals (3 shots) (45 minutes per goal)