Here are the statistics fact about the golden boot race for the world cup taken place in Russia. Right now different players from different countries have found their golden boot, who will later have the dreamed golden boot?
Well, the players as predicted are all going the same way except Messi from Argentina who has failed to nail a goal after two matches unlike him. The 2018 Russia world cup matches are still many ahead but right now let us observe the players who are leading to having the golden boot. Belgium, Portugal, Russia and Egnaldn are the top countries leading to having the golden take home at the end of the world-famous event.
England’s Harry Kane rocketed to the top of the 2018 World Cup goalscoring charts on Sunday, netting a hat-trick against Panama to overtake Cristiano Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku.
Kane — who now has five goals in two matches — scored two first-half penalties as Gareth Southgate’s side ran riot in Nizhny Novgorod, earning a 5-0 half-time lead.
The Tottenham striker scored his third and England’s sixth, deflecting a Ruben Loftus-Cheek shot into the net, before he was taken off and replaced by Leicester striker Jamie Vardy.
England look certain to qualify for the last 16 along with Belgium, whom they face in their final Group G fixture on Thursday. Portugal’s Ronaldo and Belgium’s Lukaku have four goals apiece.
Top Five Players Contesting For Golden Boot Race For The 2018 World Cup
- Harry Kane: 5 Goals: England
- Romelu Lukaku: 4 Goals: Belgium
- Cristiano Ronaldo: 4 Goals: Portugal