2018 World Cup Highest Goal Scorer; Kane Goes Top
With 32 matches played, a total of 85 goals have been scored in the competition so far with Russia finding the back of the net the most, scoring 8 times.
Some players predicted to find the back of the net have been at the top of their game while some have performed under par.
Meanwhile, some players have risen above the fence to net couple of goals for their countries and would hope to continue the fine run as the third round of group matches kicks off today.
Lionel Messi has had the most attempt with 12 shots at goal but has failed to register a goal to his name.
English striker, Harry Kane tops the list of the tournament’s highest goal scorer with 5 goals followed closely Cristiano Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku with four goals each.
Russia 2018 Highest Goal Scorer
Harry Kane, England, 5 goals
Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal, 4 goals
Romelu Lukaku, Belgium, 4 goals
Denis Cheryshev, Russia, 3 goals
Diego Costa, Spain, 3 goals
Philippe Coutinho, Brazil, 2 goals
Eden Hazard, Belgium, 2 goals
Luka Modric, Croatia, 2 goals
Ahmed Musa, Nigeria, 2 goals
Mile Jedinak, Australia, 2 goals
Artem Dzyuba, Russia, 2 goals
John Stones, England, 2 goals