How the race for the Golden Boot currently looks

first_imgOnly Brazil’s Ronaldo, who scored eight times in 2002, has scored more than Kane at a single World Cup since 1974 when Poland’s Grzegorz Lato managed seven.Here, talkSPORT.com looks at the race for the top scorer award and the odds of them winning it. Cristiano Ronaldo (four goals), plus Yerry Mina and Diego Costa (three goals) are not listed as Portugal, Colombia and Spain have been knocked out.Harry Kane (England): six goals – 1/4 with LadbrokesRomelu Lukaku (Belgium): four goals – 10/1 with LadbrokesKylian Mbappe (France): three goals – 14/1 with LadbrokesNeymar (Brazil): two goals – 20/1 with LadbrokesEdinson Cavani (Uruguay): three goals – 33/1 with LadbrokesAntoine Griezmann (France): two goals – 33/1 with LadbrokesPhilippe Coutinho (Brazil): two goals – 66/1 with LadbrokesEden Hazard (Belgium): two goals – 66/1 with LadbrokesArtem Dzyuba (Russia): three goals – 80/1 with LadbrokesDenis Cheryshev (Russia): three goals – 100/1 with Ladbrokes Romelu Lukaku has scored four goals for Belgium Kane scored his sixth goal for England England v Sweden is live on talkSPORT at 15:00 (UK time) on Saturday 7 JulyHarry Kane can’t stop scoring, can he? The striker became the first England player since Gary Lineker to score six goals at a single World Cup when he smashed his penalty past David Ospina in the penalty shoot-out win against Colombia.center_img 2 2last_img

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