The battle for the Golden Boot – or top scorer of Euro 2020 – is highly compelling as a number of world-class attackers participated in the tournament, hosted by Euro 2016 winner Antoine Griezmann. N also returned to defend his position. But this time, he had to face a vicious challenger. And here are the 6 favorites according to the odds of legal gambling abroad.
1. Harry Kane – English (at 11/2 odds).
England are often a team that performs in lower major tournaments than fans expect when compared to their star team. But at the 2018 World Cup, they made it through to the semi-finals with a team of young players, which is a better sign. This year, the “Roaring Lions” army has a stronger squad than before and when it comes to people who have the right to attack. mesh most teams inevitable striker Harry Kane.
Kane has maintained his excellent goalscoring standards after last season winning the Premier League top scorer (23) and also chasing an assist lead (14). The 27-year-old striker is the Golden Boot winner in football. World 2018 (6 goals) This is why he is one of the favorites to win the Euros top scorer.
2. Romelu Lukaku – Belgium (odds are 11/2)
Romelu Lukaku has been outstanding last season with 30 goals and 11 assists in all competitions, while being voted Serie A’s regular player of the year. Season 2020/21
Despite Inter Milan being rich in quality players, Belgium are considered to have a world-class squad, especially with assists like Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard, Yannick. Carrasco and Dries Mertens, combined with Lukaku’s devastating form, are now almost unstoppable.
In addition, Belgium is also in the group is not difficult to qualify finalists have a deep Luke’s had a chance to shoot continuously and has won the Golden Boot as Harry Caine.
3. Kylian Mbappe – France (odds are 8/1)
France are still regarded as the favorites at this Euros despite being in the ‘Group of Death’, they still have as many quality players as the 2018 World Cup winners. If there’s nothing to turn around, it’s probably going to be deep
Karim Benzema will likely be attracted more attention at the tournament after his return to the national team. But the one who keeps the spotlight shining is Kylian Mbappe, who has won the Ligue 1 top scorer three years in a row after scoring 27 goals last season. “World-class” in the 2018 World Cup, will he be able to do it again?
4. Cristiano Ronaldo – Portugal (odds are 12/1)
Of course, in the fight to win the big goalscoring tournament, there is no name of this man. Even at the age of 36, Cristiano Ronaldo continues to attack the net. News last season, almost as “The Carry” of the Juventus army that has it all. He also grabbed the Serie A top scorer with 29 goals.
Ronaldo is Portugal’s all-time top scorer (134 goals) and at Euro 2016 he is also second in goalscoring (3 goals, 3 assists). Kings such as Bernardo Silva, Joao Felix, Diogo Jota and Bruno Fernandes who will support Ronaldo, Portugal is in the “Group of Death”, so It’s not easy to score goals, but if anyone can do it, it has to be these 7 CRs.
5. Memphis Depay – Holland (odds are 14/1)
Memphis De Pai could be called the dark horse for this award. He has been a hope for the Netherlands over the past two years, although the “Orange Knights” are without Forgil van Dijk, but they still have a squad to watch, especially Depay’s shot. 20 goals last season behind only Kylian Mbappe and he also provided 12 assists.
Holland is in the same group as North Macedonia, Austria and Ukraine. If nothing goes wrong, the “Dutch” army should be top of the line and Depay should play a big part in taking the team to the knockout stages.
6. Karim Benzema – France (odds are 14/1)
Karim Benzema returns to the France squad after a five-year hiatus where his goalscoring standards have not been agreed upon. Last season he netted many important goals to secure second place in the top scorer (23 goals). He had the opportunity to start in the tournament as opposed to the forwards in the squad.
Benzema was injured in a friendly against Bulgaria on Tuesday. Which at first was worried that it could be a serious injury, but Didier Deschamps, the French national team trainer. Confirmed that it’s only a minor injury, will have to wait and see if he can start the starter next Tuesday or not?
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