June 22, 2021

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Neymar leads the average participation in the goals of world champions; View Rankings | Statistical spying

Former Barcelona players Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez soon appeared. Argentina, with 72 goals and 51 assists in 144 games, have an average of 0.85 and Uruguay have 63 goals and 35 assists in 117 games, averaging 0.84 goals.

Trio MSN, Messi, Suarez and Neymar Celebrate Target For Barcelona – Photo: Getty Images

So, we are looking for the number of active players who have reached the 100-match mark for the teams that lifted the World Cup. Brazil, Italy, Germany, Uruguay, Argentina, France, England and Spain only Celebrated the most coveted title of the game.

The only representative of France, the current world champions, is Oliver Groot of Chelsea. Even without scoring in the 2018 World Cup win in Russia, the striker has obvious numbers for the national team.

Groot did not score, but he was very excited about the FIFA trophy – Photo: Reuters

Uruguay is a country with five players in 100 matches or more for the national team. Then comes Germany, with four players.

Italy appear with three players, however, they all belong to the team’s defensive side, so this is the choice with the lowest average in the rankings. Brazil and Argentina are tied with two representatives each.

Finally, with one player each, Spain and France close the rankings. England are the only world champions without active representatives with at least 100 matches.

Active players with 100 or more matches for world champions

Player Choice Goals Helps Games Average
Neymar Brazil 66 46 105 1,07
Lionel Messi Argentina 72 51 144 0.85
Louis Suarez Uruguay 63 35 117 0.84
Thomas Mல்லller Germany 39 37 102 0.75
Lucas Podolski Germany 49 31 130 0.62
Edison Cavani Uruguay 51 16 118 0,57
Oliver Groot France 46 13 108 0,55
Angel de Maria Argentina 20 23 105 0.41
Tony Cruise Germany 17 19 102 0.35
Daniel Alves Brazil 8 19 118 0,23
Sergio Ramos Spain 23 7 180 0,17
Leonardo Bonucci Italy 7 6 102 0,13
Giorgio Cielini Italy 8 4 107 0,11
Diego Codin Uruguay 8 6 134 0,10
Martin Koserus Uruguay 4 6 101 0,10
Manuel Neuer Germany 100
Gianluigi Buffon Italy 176
Fernando Maslera Placeholder Image Uruguay 117

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