Royal aspiration flying high with England’s Harry Kane Golden Boot in FIFA World Cup 2018 at Russia

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Royal aspiration flying high with England's Harry Kane Golden Boot in FIFA World Cup 2018 at Russia
Royal aspiration flying high with England's Harry Kane Golden Boot in FIFA World Cup 2018 at Russia
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When England departed from World Cup Semi Finals Royal aspiration still had the hope with their Captain England’s Harry Kane. This time he finished as the leading goalscorer at the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ to win the Adidas Golden Boot. He joins the club with the other Englishman Gary Lineker (England) with 6 Goals in 1986 version of the game.

While France’s Antoine Griezmann and Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku finished second and third respectively. 

If two or more players are tied on goals, the winner is determined by total assists. If assists cannot split them, the players who played the least minutes will emerge with the prize.

The Adidas Golden Boot accolade is coveted by every top striker on the planet, but only the highest scorers at the FIFA World Cup™ finals are awarded it. Here are the list of winners:

  • 2018: Harry Kane (England) 6 goals
  • 2014: James Rodríguez (Colombia) 6 Goals
  • 2010: Thomas Muller (Germany ) 5 Goals
  • 2006: Miroslav Klose (Germany) 5 Goals
  • 2002: Ronaldo (Brazil) 8 Goals
  • 1998: Davor Suker (Croatia) 6 Goals
  • 1994: Hristo Stoichkov (Bulgaria), Oleg Salenko (Russia) 6 Goals
  • 1990: Salvatore Schillaci (Italy) 6 Goals
  • 1986: Gary Lineker (England) 6 Goals
  • 1982: Paolo Rossi (Italy) 6 Goals
  • 1978: Mario Kempes (Argentina) 6 Goals
  • 1974: Grzegorz Lato (Poland) 7 Goals
  • 1970: Gerd Muller (Germany) 10 Goals
  • 1966: Eusebio (Portugal) 9 Goals
  • 1962: Florian Albert (Hungary), Valentin Ivanov (Soviet Union), Drazen Jerkovic (Yugoslavia), Leonel Sanchez (Chile), Vava (Brazil), Garrincha (Brazil) – All 4 Goals
  • 1958: Just Fontaine (France) 13 Goals
  • 1954: Sandor Kocsis (Hungary) 11 Goals
  • 1950: Ademir (Brazil) 9 Goals
  • 1938: Leonidas (Brazil) 8 Goals
  • 1934: Oldrich Nejedly (Czechoslovakia) 5 Goals
  • 1930: Guillermo Stabile (Argentina) 8 Goals

Source : FIFA.COM

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