Neymar's goal in the 17th minute of the Brazil-Cameroon match was the 100th goal of the 2014 World Cup. Eight more goals were scored after that on Monday, bringing the goal total to 108 on the tournament through 36 games.
With an average of three goals per game, teams are on pace to break the record for most goals in a single World Cup (171), set in 1998. There are 28 games remaining in this year's tournament, and if the three goals per game average holds up, there will be 192 goals scored this Cup.
There have been seven goals scored in stoppage time during the 2014 World Cup, three of which decided the outcome of a game.
Argentina's Lionel Messi and Switzerland's Haris Seferovic both scored game-winners in stoppage time. Portugal's Varela robbed the United States of a win after scoring the game-tying goal with 39 seconds left.
Neymar leads the tournament with four goals, which is the most by a Brazilian player at a single World Cup since 2002, according to ESPN Stats & Info.