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The Five Strikers Who Can Decide The Destiny of The 2022 World Cup

Posted by Thandiubani on Mon 12th Sep, 2022 - tori.ng

Here are five men whose efforts in front of the net can ultimately make the difference between success and failure for their teams.

 
Goals win games and the ability to find the target will ultimately determine who will emerge victorious at the 2022 World Cup. The tournament kicks off in Qatar on November 20th and it will feature the majority of the best strikers in the game.
 
Here are five men whose efforts in front of the net can ultimately make the difference between success and failure for their teams.
 
Harry Kane: England
 
England’s Harry Kane won the Golden Boot at the 2018 tournament in Russia. Ahead of each major tournament, the betting sites will publish markets for Golden Boot winners and they can give us a good indication of what to expect at Qatar 2022.
 
In the lead up to this year’s World Cup, Kane is the favourite once again and his scoring credentials back up that assessment. At the end of August 2022, the Tottenham Hotspur striker had scored 50 goals at international level in 73 senior games. By the end of the year, he’s likely to have passed Wayne Rooney’s all-time England record of 53.
 
The odds for the Golden Boot are supplied by the best World Cup 2022 betting sites in Qatar, as revealed by ArabianBetting.com. As the tournament gets underway, they will be transferred to live betting platforms until such time as a winner is known.
 
Odds can fluctuate and any updates in the figures will be published. Visitors to the website can assess the pricing while taking in any breaking news stories. Betting guides and sportsbook reviews will also be available, and readers can also get directly involved with the markets.
 
Each bookmaker on the ArabianBetting recommended panel will be able to accept new players who are eligible and can complete a secure online registration form. Once the account has been confirmed, many of those operators will publish a generous welcome package to get things moving.
 
A range of funding methods can assist with opening deposits while customer services will iron out any queries. Those that want to continue playing, following that welcome offer, will have other benefits to enjoy.
 
Live markets, a choice of other sports and mobile betting via an app should also be in play. In short, it’s the site to follow the World Cup from a betting perspective, but Harry Kane isn’t the only contender for the Golden Boot.

Kylian Mbappe: France
 
France’s Kylian Mbappe played a role in his country’s 2018 World Cup win and he’s continued to mature as a striker. Since joining Paris Saint-Germain from Monaco in 2017, he’s closing in on 200 goals in six seasons for his club.
 
At international level, Mbappe isn’t quite so prolific, but France are expected to go deep into the competition once again and the striker’s goals will be key to their success.
 
Romelu Lukaku: Belgium
 
In contrast, Belgium are not so highly rated at Qatar 2022. That may be surprising as the country won third place at Russia 2018 and the majority of that squad will be lining up in this year’s tournament.
 
Romelu Lukaku is Belgium’s key striker and 68 goals in 102 international games suggest he may have a chance in the Golden Boot race in 2022.
 
Neymar: Brazil
 
Brazil are favourites to win the tournament. The country is the most successful in the history of the World Cup although they haven’t won the competition since 2002.
 
Neymar is their key striker and a man who made headlines with the world record transfer fee in excess of 200 Million Euros which saw him join PSG from Barcelona in 2017. He has 74 goals in 119 games for Brazil and is another serious Golden Boot contender.

Lionel Messi: Argentina
 
Lionel Messi is perceived as an underachiever at World Cups but his quality means that he should never be ruled out. Now a colleague of both Neymar and Kylian Mbappe at PSG, could this be the year that he guides his Argentina team to global glory?
 
Messi’s record at the major tournaments may not be great, but his overall scoring returns remain impressive. 86 goals in 162 international matches indicate that he may yet upset the odds and claim the Golden Boot at the end of the 2022 tournament in Qatar.


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