Cahill scored the goal of the World Cup in Australia's game against the Netherlands.

Tim Cahill leads the way in MLS World Cup power rankings (1)

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The 2014 World Cup is well and truly under way, with players from all corners of the globe taking to the field in a bid to help their nations progress out in Brazil.

Major League Soccer is fairly well represented in the various roster's of the 32 national teams taking part this time around. In fact there are 20 players involved who currently ply their trade in the North American league (21 if you include New York City FC's first ever signing, Spanish striker David Villa).

Of course the majority of those names are out there representing the United States themselves, but in all there are 6 nations represented.

But which of them has been doing the most to boost the reputation of MLS now that we are two weeks into the tournament?

GMS has ranked the top five in descending order.

Click through to see which stars of MLS feature, and which miss out...

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Thierry Henry
Thierry Henry
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Tim Cahill

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