FIFA World Cup 2022 Top Scorers And Assists

FIFA World Cup 2022 Top Scorers And Assists – In this article we shall discuss the top scorers and assists in the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar. So far twenty-two (22) goals has been scored since the commencement of the World Cup 2022 tournament with a lot record breaker and history setters.

FIFA World Cup 2022 Top Scorers And Assists

Lionel Messi lost his first ever World Cup opening campaign game against Saudi Arabia, USA end eight (8) years goal drought as well as Wales end 64 years world cup goal drought.

Eighteen players have scored twenty-two goals in the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

FIFA World Cup 2022 Top Scorers

The table below is updated as of Monday, November 21.

Highest goal scorers ranking

  1. Bukayo Saka England  2 (Two goals)
  2. Enner Valencia Ecuador 2 (Two goals)
  3. Mehdi Taremi Iran 2 (Two goals)
  4. Olivier Giroud France 2 (Two goals)
  5. Davy Klaassen Netherlands 1 (One goal)
  6. Jack Grealish England 1 (One goal)
  7. Marcus Rashford England 1 (One goal)
  8. Raheem Sterling England 1 (One goal)
  9. Tim Weah USA 1 (One goal)
  10. Jude Bellingham England 1 (One goal)
  11. Cody Gakpo Netherlands 1 (One goal)
  12. Gareth Bale Wales 1 (One goal)
  13. Lionel Messi Argentina 1(One goal)
  14. Adrien Thibault Rabiot France 1 (One goal)
  15. Kylian Mbappe France 1 (One goal)
  16. Craig Goodwin Australia 1 (One goal)
  17. Saleh Al Shehri Saudi Arabia 1 (One goal)
  18. Salem Al Dawsari Saudi Arabia 1 (One goal)

Odds to win 2022 Golden Boot

  1. Harry Kane is the leading contender to repeat as winner after claiming it four years ago with six goals in England’s run to the semifinals. But history is against him, given no one has ever repeated as Golden Boot winner.
  2. Karim Benzema was third favorite (+1000) to win the 2022 award at one point, but was forced to withdraw from the tournament due to injury. Romelu Lukaku is also battling an injury with Belgium.
  3. Odds below are via Caesars (USA), Sports Interaction (Canada), SkyBet (UK), and Ladbrokes (Australia). Odds current as of November 20, 2022.
  4. PlayerCountryCaesars

    Harry KaneEngland+8006.077/18.00
    Kylian MbappeFrance+8007.508/18.00
    Lionel MessiArgentina+9009.0010/111.00
    Cristiano RonaldoPortugal+200015.0016/115.00
    Lautaro MartinezArgentina+220017.0020/121.00
    Vinicius, Jr.Brazil+280027.0025/126.00
    Memphis DepayNetherlands+280020.0025/126.00
    Gabriel JesusBrazil+350031.0033/134.00
    Romelu LukakuBelgium+350023.0025/129.00
    Alvaro MorataSpain+350032.0033/126.00
    Olivier GiroudFrance+350037.0040/141.00
  5. Who won World Cup 2018 Golden Boot

  6. England’s Harry Kane played the maximum seven matches as England made it all the way to the semifinals and also featured in the third-place match.
  7. Kane’s six goals were two better than the rest of the field, which included Cristiano Ronaldo and the French duo of Kylian Mbappe and Antoine Griezmann, who helped their team to the World Cup title.
  8. RankPlayerTeamGoals
    1.Harry KaneEngland6
    2.Cristiano RonaldoPortugal4
    Denis CheryshevRussia4
    Romelu LukakuBelgium4
    Kylian MbappeFrance4
    Antoine GriezmannFrance4
    7.Yerry MinaColombia3
    Diego CostaSpain3
    Edinson CavaniUruguay3
    Artem DzyubaRussia3
  9. World Cup Golden Boot winners all time

  10. There have been 21 men’s World Cup tournaments and 21 different winners of the Golden Boot.
  11. And a scan of the all-time winners below makes it clear that it’s not always the star players who come away with the prestigious award.
  12. YearPlayerNation Goals
    1930Guillermo StabileArgentina8
    1934Oldrich NejedlyCzechoslovakia5
    1954Sandor KocsisHungary11
    1958Just FontaineFrance13
    1962Florian AlbertHungary4
    1970Gerd MullerWest Germany10
    1974Grzegorz LatoPoland7
    1978Mario KempesArgentina6
    1982Paolo RossiItaly6
    1986Gary LinekerEngland6
    1990Salvatore SchillaciItaly6
    1994Oleg SalenkoRussia6
    1998Davor SukerCroatia6
    2006Miroslav KloseGermany5
    2010Thomas MullerGermany5
    2014James RodriguezColombia6
    2018Harry KaneEngland6
  13. How many Golden Boot winners also won the World Cup?

  14. There have been 21 previous editions of the men’s FIFA World Cup, but only on three occasions has the champion also had a player atop the Golden Boot rankings.
  15. The first one came in 1978, as Mario Kempes helped lead Argentina to triumph on home soil, including two goals in the final against the Netherlands.
  16. The following edition it was another goal poacher, this time Italian forward Paolo Rossi, who also scored in the final to help the Azzurri cap their magical run with the title.
  17. Another 20 years passed before the next player to do it, and it was one of the all-time greats. Brazil forward Ronaldo was the star of the 2002 World Cup and he delivered for his country, scoring both goals in the final against Germany.
  18. Ronaldo’s eight goals in that 2002 tournament are the most scored in a single tournament since Germany’s Gerd Muller hit double digits in 1970.
  19. Who has the most goals in World Cup history?

  20. There are only 13 players who can boast to have double-digit goal totals in FIFA World Cup history. And there’s just one active player on that elite list, who is also heading to Qatar 2022.
  21. Germany’s Thomas Muller is getting set to play in his fourth consecutive World Cup. He enters the tournament knowing that just two goals in the FIFA 2022 tournament would have him even with legendary Pele of Brazil.
  22. PlayerNationGoalsTournaments
    Miroslav KloseGermany162002, 2006, 2010, 2014
    RonaldoBrazil151994, 1998, 2002, 2006
    Gerd MullerGermany141970, 1974
    Just FontaineFrance131958
    PeleBrazil121958, 1962, 1966, 1970
    Sandor KocsisHungary111954
    Jurgen KlinsmannGermany111990, 1994, 1998
    Helmut RahnGermany101954, 1958
    Gary LinekarEngland101986, 1990
    Gabriel BatistutaArgentina101994, 1998, 2002
    Teofilo CubillasPeru101970, 1974, 1982
    Thomas MullerGermany 102010, 2014, 2018
    Grzegorz LatoPoland101974, 1978, 1982


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