Golden boot is one of the biggest personal honours given to the player who has scored the most goals in the World Cup. In the 2018 FIFA WC, there are many strongest contenders who could win this award. So let’s have a look at the 7 best players to Win Golden Boot at 2018 FIFA World Cup.
7 Best Players to Win Golden Boot at 2018 FIFA World Cup
#7. Romelu Lukaku [Belgium]
Romelu Lukaku is having a solid first season for Manchester and has a perfect nine goals in nine games for Belgium. This year, he will certainly fancy himself.
#6. Harry Kane [England]
If England stands any chance of getting to the latter stages, then they will need him firing. He has done it in the premiere league, now it’s time to do it on the biggest stage of all.
#5. Antoine Griezmann [France]
Griezmann has been averaging more than a goal. He is one of the best players of France. He has all skills that is required to get the victory. So this year in 2018, we could consider Griezmann as the best contender for golden boot.
#4. Thomas Mullar [Germany]
Mullar is the winner World Cup Golden Boot in 2010 and runner up in 2014. It doesn’t matter how he’s performing the league. There is just something about Thomas Mullar and World Cups.
#3. Cristiano Ronaldo [Portugal]
How fitting would it be of Cristiano Ronaldo to follow up Portugal’s Euro 2016 success with a World Cup WIN…. complete with a Golden Boot.
#2. Neymar [Brazil]
Neymar is a Brazilian professional footballer player. He has been performing well for Brazil. He is the world’s most expensive football player and this time Neymar has a golden chance to win 2018 World Cup Golden Boot Award.
#1. Lionel Messi [Argentina]
After losing in extra time four years ago, Messi will be desperate to get his hands on the trophy. He’ll certainly be doing and scoring all he can.
So guys, these are the 7 best players who have the potential to win the football world cup Golden Boot award.
Who do you think will win the Golden Boot at the 2018 FIFA World Cup?
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