If England are able to score three goals against USA today, they will join countries that have scored 100 goals in World Cup history.
Only six countries are on the exclusive list of teams that have scored 100 goals or more in the World Cup history.
Spain are the latest entrants after their 7-0 defeat of Costa Rica. Their World Cup goal is now 102.
The others in the list are Brazil, Argentina, Germany, Italy and France.
Brazil’s 2-0 win over Serbia on Thursday take their haul to 228. Brazil are the only ones to have never competed in a World Cup play-off and the only country to have won it on four different continents: Europe (1958 Sweden), South America (1962 Chile), North America (1970 Mexico and 1994 United States), and Asia (2002 Korea/Japan)
The Brazilians are ranked next to Germany who have scored 230 goals at the World Cup.
Next to Brazil are Aregentina with 138 goals. They are South America’s second most successful country, having won the World Cup twice, in 1978 and 1986.
Argentina have played in 17 of the 22 FIFA World Cups. Losing three finals in 1930, 1990, and 2014. They are the third most prolific goal-scorer in World Cup history.
The others are Italy (127) and France (124). Ahead of Qatar 2022, a total of over 2,500 goals have been scored in the 21 editions of the FIFA World Cup final
Nigeria with six World Cup appearances have scored 23 goals.