The World Cup has provided us with a feast of attacking talent so far, and with over 30 games still to go, fans across the world have plenty to look forward to.
In the opening group stage games we've seen an average of three goals-per-game, which is the best on record for a long time.
Of course the World Cup is a time to forget club allegiances and focus on doing the best for your country, but before long the best players in the world will be back with their employers.
And when that does happen, bragging rights will certainly be discussed. We're not just talking about winning the competition here, but who showed the rest of the world just how good they are.
Interestingly, our good friend @MisterChipIng has put together a list which may well show which league is doing the best in Brazil.
He's examined the stats to find out which league has contributed the most scorers to the World Cup so far, and from that it's clear to see which has the most decisive players.
So who do you think it is; the Premier League? La Liga? There's only one way to find out - click on "Begin Slideshow" below!
Note: All stats taken from the opening two rounds of fixtures