The Malta Independent 22 September 2018, Saturday

Russia 2018: World Cup leaders scorers

Sunday, 15 July 2018, 23:00 Last update: about 3 months ago

Winning the World Cup is the pinnacle of some footballers' careers - something they all dream of doing. But should they fail to do so, taking home the Golden Boot is still an award worth celebrating and some of the best in the world are battling for it this year.

Six

Harry Kane, England

Four

Denis Cheryshev, Russia

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Antoine Griezmann, France

Romelu Lukaku, Belgium

Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal

Three

Edinson Cavani, Uruguay

Diego Costa, Spain

Artem Dzyuba, Russia

Eden Hazard, Belgium

Kylian Mbappe, France

Yerry Mina, Colombia

Two

Sergio Aguero, Argentina

Philippe Coutinho, Brazil

Andreas Granqvist, Sweden

Son Heungmin, South Korea

Takashi Inui, Japan

Mile Jedinak, Australia

Wahbi Khazri, Tunisia

Mario Mandzukic, Croatia

Luka Modric, Croatia

Ahmed Musa, Nigeria

Neymar, Brazil

Ivan Perisic, Croatia

Mohamed Salah, Egypt

John Stones, England

Luis Suarez, Uruguay

One

Francisco Alarcon, Spain

Salem Aldawsari, Saudi Arabia

Salman Alfaraj, Saudi Arabia

Dele Alli, England

Karim Ansarifard, Iran

Iago Aspas, Spain

Ludwig Augustinsson, Sweden

Renato Augusto, Brazil

Milan Badelj, Croatia

Felipe Baloy, Panama

Michy Batshuayi, Belgium

Jan Bednarek, Poland

Fakhreddine Ben Youssef, Tunisia

Khalid Boutaib, Morocco

Dylan Bronn, Tunisia

Andre Carrillo, Peru

Nacer Chadlu, Belgium

Juan Cuadrado, Colombia

Kevin De Bruyne, Belgium

Angel Di Maria, Argentina

Josip Drmic, Switzerland

Blerim Dzemaili, Switzerland

Youssef En Nesyri, Morocco

Christian Eriksen, Denmark

Mario Fernandes, Russia

Radamel Falcao, Colombia

Marouane Fellaini, Belgium

Nacho Fernandez, Spain

Roberto Firmino, Brazil

Alfred Finnbogason, Iceland

Emil Forsberg, Sweden

Iury Gazinsky, Russia

Jose Gimenez, Uruguay

Aleksandr Golovin, Russia

Paolo Guerrero, Peru

Genki Haraguchi, Japan

Javier Hernandez, Mexico

Keisuke Honda, Japan

Isco, Spain

Adnan Januzaj, Belgium

Mathias Jorgensen, Denmark

Shinji Kagawa, Japan

Aleksandar Kolarov, Serbia

Andrej Kramaric, Croatia

Toni Kroos, Germany

Grzegorz Krychowiak, Poland

Jesse Lingard, England

Hirving Lozano, Mexico

Harry Maguire, England

Sadio Mane, Senegal

Gabriel Mercado, Argentina

Dries Mertens, Belgium

Lionel Messi, Argentina

Thomas Meunier, Belgium

Aleksandar Mitrovic, Serbia

Victor Moses, Nigera

Mbaye Niang, Senegal

Yuya Osako, Japan

Paulinho, Brazil

Pepe, Portugal

Paul Pogba, France

Benjamin Pavard, France

Yussuf Yurary Poulsen, Denmark

Ricardo Quaresma, Portugal

Juan Quintero, Colombia

Ivan Rakitic, Croatia

Ante Rebic, Croatia

Marco Reus, Germany

Marcos Rojo, Argentina

Ferjani Sassi, Tunisia

Xherdan Shaqiri, Switzerland

Gylfi Sigurdsson, Iceland

Thiago Silva, Brazil

Ola Toivonen, Sweden

Samuel Umtiti, France

Raphael Varane, France

Carlos Vela, Mexico

Jan Vertonghen, Belgium

Domagoj Vida, Croatia

Moussa Wague, Senegal

Kendall Waston, Costa Rica

Granit Xhaka, Switzerland

Kim Younggwon, South Korea

Steven Zuber, Switzerland

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