Which Premier League club is winning the World Cup? Man City are stretching away

Date published: Wednesday 7th December 2022 7:15 - Ian Watson

The badges of Premier League clubs Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City with the World Cup trophy.

Man City might not be at the top of the Premier League but they are currently leading the way in Qatar…

Here’s how it works: each player is allocated the points won by their nation – but only those from games in which they’ve played. Those points are totted up, giving each club their running total.

Here are the latest standings. Points from the knock-out stage are allocated as though they were league games. Obviously.

 

20) Bournemouth – 2 points
OUT
Chris Mepham (Wales) – 1
Kieffer Moore (Wales) – 1

 

19) Southampton – 3 points
OUT
Mohammed Salisu (Ghana) – 3
Armel Bella-Kotchap (Germany) – 0

 

18) Crystal Palace – 4 points
OUT
Jordan Ayew (Ghana) – 3
Joachim Andersen (Denmark) – 1

 

17) Brentford – 6 points
OUT
Bryan Mbeumo (Cameroon) – 4
David Raya (Spain) – 0
Mathias Jensen (Denmark) – 1
Mikkel Damsgaard (Denmark) – 1
Christian Norgaard (Denmark) – 0
Saman Ghoddos (Iran) – 0

 

16) Nottingham Forest – 9 points
OUT
Remo Freuler (Switzerland) – 6
Cheikhou Kouyate (Senegal) – 0
Wayne Hennessey (Wales) – 1
Neco Williams (Wales) – 1
Brennan Johnson (Wales) – 1

 

15) Leeds United – 11 points
OUT
Brenden Aaronson (USA) – 5
Tyler Adams (USA) – 5
Rasmus Kristensen (Denmark) – 1

 

=13) Aston Villa – 17 points
Emiliano Martinez (Argentina) – 9
OUT
Jan Bednarek (Poland) – 0
Matty Cash (Poland) – 4
Leander Dendoncker (Belgium) – 4

 

=13) Leicester – 17 points
James Maddison (England) – 0
OUT
Nampalys Mendy (Senegal) – 6
Daniel Amartey (Ghana) – 3
Danny Ward (Wales) – 0
Youri Tielemans (Belgium) – 4
Timothy Castagne (Belgium) – 4
Wout Faes (Belgium) – 0

 

=9) Wolves – 19 points
Ruben Neves (Portugal) – 9
Matheus Nunes (Portugal) – 3
Jose Sa (Portugal) – 0
OUT
Raul Jimenez (Mexico) – 4
Hwang Hee-chan (South Korea) – 3

 

=9) Everton – 19 points
Jordan Pickford (England) – 10
Conor Coady (England) – 0
OUT
Idrissa Gueye (Senegal) – 6
Amadou Onana (Belgium) – 3

 

=9) Newcastle United – 19 points
Nick Pope (England) – 0
Kieran Trippier (England) – 7
Callum Wilson (England) – 6
Bruno Guimaraes (Brazil) – 3

OUT
Fabian Schar (Switzerland) – 3

 

=9) Fulham – 19 points
Joao Palhinha (Portugal) – 6
OUT
Antonee Robinson (USA) – 5
Tim Ream (USA) – 5
Aleksandar Mitrovic (Serbia) – 1
Harry Wilson (Wales) – 1
Dan James (Wales) – 1

 

8) West Ham – 30 points
Declan Rice (England) – 10
Alphonse Areola (France) – 0
Lucas Paqueta (Brazil) – 9
Nayef Aguerd (Morocco) – 10
OUT
Thilo Kehrer (Germany) – 1

 

7) Brighton – 34 points
Robert Sanchez (Spain) – 0
Alexis Mac Allister (Argentina) – 9
OUT
Tariq Lamptey (Ghana) – 3
Leandro Trossard (Belgium) – 4
Moises Caicedo (Ecuador) – 4
Pervis Estupinan (Ecuador) – 4
Jeremy Sarmiento (Ecuador) – 4
Kaoru Mitoma (Japan) – 6

 

=5) Liverpool – 39 points
Alisson (Brazil) – 9
Fabinho (Brazil) – 0
Jordan Henderson (England) – 7
Trent Alexander-Arnold (England) – 3
Virgil Van Dijk (Netherlands) – 10
Ibrahima Konate (France) – 6
OUT
Darwin Nunez (Uruguay) – 4

 

=5) Arsenal – 39 points
Aaron Ramsdale (England) – 0
Bukayo Saka (England) – 7
Ben White (England) – 0
Gabriel Jesus (Brazil) – 6
Gabriel Martinelli (Brazil) – 6
William Saliba (France) – 0
OUT
Granit Xhaka (Switzerland) – 6
Matt Turner (USA) – 5
Thomas Partey (Ghana) – 3
Takehiro Tomiyasu (Japan) – 6

Saka England

=3) Chelsea – 64 points
Mason Mount (England) – 7
Raheem Sterling (England) – 4
Conor Gallagher (England) – 0
Thiago Silva (Brazil) – 9
Matteo Kovacic (Croatia) – 8
Hakim Ziyech (Morocco) – 10
OUT
Edouard Mendy (Senegal) – 6
Kalidou Koulibaly (Senegal) – 6
Cesar Azpilicueta (Spain) – 3
Christian Pulisic (USA) – 5
Kai Havertz (Germany) – 3
Denis Zakaria (Switzerland) – 3

 

=3) Tottenham – 64 points
Harry Kane (England) – 10
Eric Dier (England) – 6
Hugo Lloris (France) – 9
Richarlison (Brazil) – 9
Ivan Perisic (Croatia) – 8
Cristian Romero (Argentina) – 9
OUT
Pape Matar Sarr (Senegal) – 3
Rodrigo Bentancur (Uruguay) – 4
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (Denmark) – 1
Ben Davies (Wales) – 1
Heung-min Son (South Korea) – 4

 

2) Manchester United – 80 points
Bruno Fernandes (Portugal) – 9
Diogo Dalot (Portugal) – 3
Harry Maguire (England) – 10
Luke Shaw (England) – 10
Marcus Rashford (England) – 10
Raphael Varane (France) – 6
Tyrell Malacia (Netherlands) – 0
Casemiro (Brazil) – 9
Fred (Brazil) – 6
Antony (Brazil) – 6
Lisandro Martinez (Argentina) – 6
OUT
Christian Eriksen (Denmark) – 1
Facundo Pellistri (Uruguay) – 4

 

1) Manchester City – 106 points
Kyle Walker (England) – 6
John Stones (England) – 10
Phil Foden (England) – 9
Jack Grealish (England) – 10
Kalvin Phillips (England) – 6
Joao Cancelo (Portugal) – 6
Ruben Dias (Portugal) – 9
Bernardo Silva (Portugal) – 9
Ederson (Brazil) – 0
Nathan Ake (Netherlands) – 10
Julian Alvarez (Argentina) – 9
OUT
Rodri (Spain) – 4
Aymeric Laporte (Spain) – 4
Manuel Akanji (Switzerland) – 6
Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium) – 4
Ilkay Gundogan (Germany) – 4

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