THE BALL – See the updated list of top scorers: another final within a final (2022 World Cup)

The list of the top scorers of the World Cup has been updated, with two newcomers who will rating in the competitors on Wednesday, the French Theo Hernández and Randal Muani, all concentrating on the final, along with the world champion , additionally decides who will probably be the top scorer. Unless there may be a shock in the third place recreation, between Croatia and Morocco, and even in the final itself, with an sudden scorer, everybody results in consider that the determination between Mbappé, Messi, this time is the greatest scorers, with 5 targets, Giroud and Julián Álvarez, following behind 4 celebrations.

World Cup top scorers:

5 targets: Mbappé (France, PSG), Messi (Argentina, PSG)

4 targets: Giroud (France, Milan), Julián Álvarez (Argentina, Manchester City)

3 targets: Richarlison (Brazil, Tottenham), Gonçalo Ramos (Portugal, Benfica), Bukayo Saka (England, Arsenal), Álvaro Morata (Spain, Atlético), Cody Gakpo (Netherlands, PSV Eindhoven), Enner Valencia (Ecuador, Fenerbahçe).

2 targets: Rafael Leão (Portugal, Milan), Bruno Fernandes (Portugal, Manchester United), Ferran Torres (Spain, Barcelona), Mehdi Taremi (Iran, Porto), Andrej Kramaric (Croatia, Hoffenheim), Cho Gue-sung (South Korea, Sangmu ), Mohammed Kudus (Ghana, Ajax), Al Dawsari (Saudi Arabia, Al-Hilal), Ritsu Doan (Japan, Freiburg), Kai Havertz (Germany, Chelsea), Niclas Füllkrug (Germany, Bremen), Giorgian De Arrascaeta ( Uruguay , Flamengo), Aleksandar Mitrovic (Serbia, Fulham), Breel Embolo (Switzerland, Monaco), Vincent Aboubakar (Cameroon, Al Nassr), Robert Lewandowski (Poland, Barcelona), Neymar (Brazil, Paris), Wout Weghorst (Netherlands , Wolfsburg ), Youssef En-Nesyri (Morocco, Seville), Harry Kane (England, Tottenham)

1 objective: Gavi (Spain, Barcelona), Dani Olmo (Spain, Leipzig), Marco Asensio (Spain, Real Madrid), Carlos Soler (Spain, Paris), Davy Klaassen (Netherlands, Ajax), Gareth Bale (Wales, Los Angeles), Tim Weah (United States, LOSC Lille), Al Shehri (Saudi Arabia, Al-Hilal), Adrien Rabiot (France, Juventus), Craig Goodwin (Australia, Adelaide), Ilkay Gündogan? (Germany, Manchester City), Takuma Asano (Germany, Bochum), Michy Batshuayi (Belgium, Fenerbahçe), João Félix (Portugal, Atlético), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal, -), André Ayew (Ghana, Al-Sadd), Osman Bukar (Ghana, Red Star), Ramin Rezaian (Iran, Lekhwiya), Rouzbeh Cheshmi (Iran, Umm-Salal), Famara Diedhiou (Senegal, Alanyaspor), Boulaye Dia (Senegal, Salernitana), Mohammed Muntari (Qatar, Al-Duhail ), Cheikh Dieng (Senegal, Marseille), Mitchell Duke (Australia, Fagiano Okayama), Piotr Zielinski (Poland, Napoli), Andreas Christensen (Denmark, Barcelona), Enzo Fernández (Argentina, Benfica), Keysher Fuller (Costa Rica, Herediano ) ), Abdelhamid Sabiri (Morocco, Sampdoria), Zakaria Aboukhlal (Morocco, Toulouse), Alphonso Davies (Canada, Bayern), Andrej Kramaric (Croatia, Hajduk Split), Lovro Majer (Croatia, Rennes), Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting ( Cameroon) , Bayern), Jean-Charles Castelletto (Cameroon, Nantes)?, Strahinja Pavlovic (Serbia, Salzburg), Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (Serbia, Lazio) and Mohammed Salisu (Ghana, Southampton), Theo Hernández (France, Milan), Randal Muani (France, Eintracht Frankfurt)

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