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So, this is a thread for non-specific group talk, and other things to discuss. Some stats:

Top teams in goalscoring:

1) England --- 20 goals
2) Bosnia-Herzegovina --- 18 goals
3) Germany --- 18 goals
4) Netherlands --- 16 goals
5) Montenegro --- 13 goals
6) Israel --- 13 goals
7) Hungary --- 12 goals
8) Austria --- 11 goals
9) Belgium --- 10 goals
10) Bulgaria --- 10 goals

Here are the current goal-leaders:

1) Edin DŽEKO --- 7 goals (Bosnia-Herzegovina)
2) Tomer HEMED ---6 goals (Israel)
3) Vedad IBISEVIC --- 5 goals (Bosnia-Herzegovina)
4) Mesut OZIL --- 5 goals (Germany)
5) Andrija DELIBASIC --- 4 goals (Montenegro)
6) Wayne ROONEY --- 4 goals (England)
7) Frank LAMPARD --- 4 goals (England)
8) Helder POSTIGA --- 4 goals (Portugal)
9) Zvijezdan MISIMOVIC --- 4 goals (Bosnia-Herzegovina)
10) Aleksandar TONEV --- 3 goals (Bulgaria)
 

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Bah just European teams compete? That is an incomplete list with the aim being to showcase Dzeko as the leading scorer.
No, all other zones have had multiple rounds of qualifying so obviously the stats are buffed up for them. This also is meant for other people to contribute from other zones as well.
 

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top goalscorer is Deon McCaulay from Belize with 11 goals

Top 5:

1. Deon McCaulay (Belize) - 11
2. Peter Byers (Antigua & Barbuda) - 10
3. Blas Pérez (Panama) - 9
3. Gonzalo Higuaín (Argentina) - 9
5. Lionel Messi (Argentina) - 8
5. Georges Gope-Fenepej (New Caledonia) - 8
5. Luis Suárez (Uruguay) - 8
 

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So, from the Asian zone. Here are some stats:

Top teams for goalscoring:

1) Japan --- 27 goals
2) Jordan --- 25 goals
3) Iran --- 24 goals
4) Korea Republic --- 23 goals
5) China --- 23 goals

Top goalscorers:

1) Cong Vinh LE (China) --- 7 goals
2) Hasan MAHMOUD (Jordan) --- 7 goals
3) Shinji OKAZAKI (Japan) --- 7 goals
4) Younis MAHMOUD (Iraq) --- 7 goals
5) Park CHUYOUNG (Korea) --- 6 goals
6) Hao JUNMIN (China) --- 5 goals
7) Nassir AL SHAMRANI (Saudi Arabia) --- 5 goals
8) Amer KHALIL (Jordan) --- 5 goals
9) Ahmad IBRAHIM (Jordan) --- 5 goals
10) Sayed DHIYA (Bahrain) --- 4 goals
 

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FIFA has confirmed that the playoffs for CAF and UEFA will be seeded. Both confederations will use the FIFA Rankings for seeds
 

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I noticed they still haven't determined what they will use for the seedings for the European playoffs and the main draw in December. Most likely the FIFA rankings but they are hesitant to release the information because of some nations dropping in the FIFA Rankings like a rock :lala:

If the World Cup was tomorrow teams like Belgium, Uruguay and Colombia would be seeded. Would FIFA want that? We'll see :D
 
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