In nine days, the biggest football tournament begins. The World Cup will take place in Qatar between November 20 and December 18. Expectations rise when thinking the performance of Brazil and the dreamed sixth title.
There’s also a lot of anxiety on which team will be champion, who will surprise and who will be the big disappointment.
Another discussion that excites the fans is the one about the top scorers of the World Cup. With the greatest football stars gathered, there is no shortage of candidates to win the Golden Boot, an award given since 1930 to those who score the most in an edition.
Regarding Brazilian players, Neymar is the most highly rated in bookmakers. For each real wagered, the return is R$ 13. Then comes Gabriel Jesus. The return rate is R$ 26 for each real wagered.
Other Brazilian strikers are also onthe list, but with fewer chances. Its the case of Vinicius Junior (Real Madrid), Richarlison (Tottenham) and Pedro (Flamengo). Their odds are of 34.
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Harry Kane (England) – 8.00
Kylian Mbappé (France) – 10.00
Neymar Jr. (Brazil) – 13.00
Karim Benzema (France) – 13.00
Lionel Messi (Argentina) – 13.00
Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) – 17.00
Gabriel Jesus (Brazil) – 26.00
Memphis Depay (Netherlands) – 26.00
Romelu Lukaku (Belgium) – 26.00
Richarlison (Brazil) – 34.00
Pedro (Brazil) – 34.00
Vinícius Júnior (Brazil) – 34.00
And these are Brazil’s Golden Boot winners
- Ronaldo Fenômeno (2002) – 8 goals
- Vavá and Garrincha (1962) – 4 goals
- Ademir de Menezes (1950) – 9 goals
- Leônidas da Silva (1938) – 7 goals